Yes, PC is very clever.
The new mask liner from Padacheek.
At first glance, wow this is weird.
I already knew about the forehead pad. I have been using one of those
every night w/my Papcap for almost 2 yrs.
The "tailored" holes on each side are PC's work.
The next two holes are the holes that the mask clips go through.
They were too small and needed to be enlarged, so that is my handy work.
...as is the enlargement of the nose/mouth hole.
Not a pretty site, I know....but effective.
This demonstrated a valuable feature of this liner.
This material is difficult to cut. You need really sharp tools.
Because of this, this material will wear and last a long time.
The material is some kind of micro-fleece. PC can give us the
details on that. It is very soft and comfortable.
Once I read the instructions and fiddled w/it for about 10mins, it was installed.
Fit the forehead pad to the mask.
Bring the sides around. Align the elbow and slip one side over the elbow.
Realign the elbow to the other side and slip the other side on.
Ready for the abyss.
I have been using this for 5 nights.
Leaks are about the same as w/the other mask liner I have been using.
It appears that they seal better as they are used.
I have pretty normal skin and wash every night before bed.
I don't know yet how many nights I can go before it needs to be washed.
If you have nose bridge problem, the fix is built into this liner.
It is very convenient that the liner becomes part of the mask.
It has plenty of material that is easy to pull to smooth out any kinks.
I was already schooled in fitting my mask every night w/the other liner,
so this is cake.
As PC refines this product it is only going to get better.
Silicone will never touch my face again.
Yea.....PC....she's very clever.