Re: Velcro on the ComfortLite 2
I took the sticky-backed velcro hook part. I peeled off the backing and carefully stuck the two ends together, sticky side to sticky side. This gave me one length of double-sided hook tape.
Since the ComfortLite 2 has velcro adhering to the strap material, I stuck the two-sided velcro inside the back strap. I cut the size to my liking.
Then I put the interface and headgear on, testing by lying down on each side, etc.
I cut the rest of the 2-sided hook part in half lengthwise and width-wise. I then used this on the different strap parts that are smaller and connect to the headplate. For a quick moment, I thought that I might be able to avoid use of the pantyhose strap -----but it was pretty brief. Rested Gal is right when she is right, and no two guesses about it.
However, it was the best so far. The velcro grips but does not allow very much shifting. Goodbye, pony tail!
Good sleeping. Thank you Steve, Bonnie, and Rested Gal.
Here I am, posting my own fix again--but it seems to be needed. It is working so well for me that I had to recommend it. Please Note: Sticky-backed Velcro is available in many dollar stores (~One yard= $1.00)
Here are the locations of a few posts from other threads with solutions for strap slippage:
Link to Swift Strap Slipping
Swift Strap Slippage Cure Link
These are just the ones I found in a quick search. Someone knows of others, so please post them!