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RE: washing cpap -- really?
i had a sleep soc that was a moron so heck yea to doc comment

strange resmed dont say distilled

all my machines resperonics fp and repair shops say distilled

but i also agree if water softener and a few filters tap water wont kill you

my tap water kills everything my house humidifier faucets you name it lazy landlord wont get softner

so my case has to be distilled or my tank will be all crusty and nasty

{ I'm just opposed to being overly fearful of potential risks without properly considering the relative costs and benefits. }

im guilty i do mild research then follow the pack im not really a dead set schedule try to be but hey your breathing what you made so the worst a bad breath smelling mask

but when sick clean allot

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11-20-2013 09:44 AM
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Post: #42
RE: washing cpap -- really?
In order to keep this thread from degrading into a tree marking contest, I have decided to close the thread. This long-deceased horse has been beaten more than once.

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11-21-2013 12:04 AM
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