1. From Velcro strip about 25mm wide, cut off a piece about 400mm long.
2. On one end make a loop of 50mm, turning the end of the Velcro under so it will attach to the strip itself. Better still, machine sew this.
3. Do the same at the other end of the Velcro strip, only don't sew this!
4. Open the lower right hand headgear strap loop & remove the plastic hook, then thread the headgear strap though the loop you made in the Velcro strip. Make certain you have the furry side facing up.
5. Replace the plastic hook on the headgear strap and close the headgear loop. Making sure you fasten it back to the same spot.
6. Put the mask on, make sure it's positioned correctly. Position the RH headgear below your right ear, then attach the right hand hook to the mask.
7. Thread the left hand headgear hook & strap though the loop you made at other end of the Velcro strip, & attach the hook to your mask.
8. Open the left hand Velcro loop, position the Velcro strip comfortably under your chin & adjust the tightness of the Velcro strip until the mask seal sits in the groove above your chin and below your bottom lip. Do not make this so tight that is moves the nose seal out of position.
The brilliance of my idea is that the mask and the chin strap are now integrated & move together in congress. Should the mask try to ride up, the Woozle will stop it. The "Woozle" will also keep your mouth from falling open by holding your chin in position within the mask. My wife & I are thinking of making these and selling them on our web site. It would cost $900 to $1000 to get a patent issued. So I guess I'll just post this on the forum for all to read. Should anyone like more information on the "Woozle" I would be happy to post sketches. A finished "Woozle" would cost about AU$25.