I was very pleased I ordered these comforting straps for my CPAP mask. While my sleep therapist made fun of way it looked calling it “underwear” I don’t care. I’m the one that has to sleep in it. And frankly that was extremely rude of him to say that. But he was young and I forgive stupidity.
The material that Cheek Strap Pads Plus are made out of is super soft and while I realize I could have totally made them myself as I have the exact material, I simply don’t have the time nor the hands to do crafts.
It’s nice to know there are comfortable fixes for CPAP masks. There’s nothing like trying to force something to work that just isn’t comfortable. So if you love your mask, but feel there is something wrong that needs fixed, go shopping online. You never know what you may find.
The directs are easy to read and follow as well as not only have text but photos. The directions are fool proof, which these days everyone seems to need to create.
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Pad a Cheek Mask Liner
I’m glad I waited a while before I decided to review Pad a Cheek Mask Liner. It’s the only way sometimes to get real results. My CPAP mask is the Wisp. I ordered the Pad a cheek mask liner because I was having comfort issues with my mask during the winter months. I needed any comfort I could find as using a CPAP mask, as it was completely new to me.
Using the pad a cheek mask liner was easy to put on and take off. The directions are very easy to follow. Complete with step by step pictures sure made a difference! But most important is they let you know to be careful when cutting the hole in the Cheek Mask Liner. You don’t want to cut it too large. But what they neglect to tell you is, that over time it’s going to stretch because of the material they used. I now a year later regret ever cutting it at all. I guess I should of just stretched the hell out of it. I’ve only ever washed the liner by hand so it’s not like a washer made it larger.
If you use Gmail, and report your spam via spamcop.net you may have noticed something a little off in the past couple of weeks. I had thought my account had been banned, blocked, broken, dunno… SOMETHING. As every single spam started stating this:
Mailhost configuration problem, identified internal IP as source
Please correct this situation – register every email address where you receive spam
No source IP address found, cannot proceed.
Add/edit your mailhost configuration
Finding full email headers
Submitting spam via email (may work better)
Example: What spam headers should look like
Nothing to do.
If and when it finally would report spam it would state firstname.lastname@example.org was where it was to go. Neither of these responses are true!
The fix for Gmail Spamcop reporting is this.
REMOVE EVERYTHING ABOVE THIS LINE:
ARC-Seal: i=1; a=rsa-sha256; t=xxxxxx; cv=none;
Example of headers below:
You KEEP the bolded line but delete the top. You have to do this to every spam email till either Spamcop fixes the issue or Gmail fixes the issue.