Company Name: Quietus CPAP Liners, LLC

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  • Sleep Apnea suffers using CPAP(Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) will gain relief from uncomfortable masks, sleep disturbing air leaks, skin irritation with the new Quietus Liner™. This accomplished by our unique geometry combined with the tacking agent and a very comfortable medium weight cotton fabric that conforms to both the mask and more importantly the users face.

    After designing, selecting, prototyping and testing many different fabrics and manufacturing techniques we came upon a solution that met my objectives and we call them Quietus Liners™.

  • Glenmoore, PA January 20, 2011~ now mask slippage and air leaks for users of CPAP masks get added relief from noisy air leaks and mask slippage. Quietus Liners™ with our exclusive tacking agent will allow users to obtain all of the benefits of CPAP therapy and enjoy restful health restoring sleep.

    Quietus Liners was started by Matt Kesner, a man who suffers from Obstructive Sleep Apnea and experienced many problems with air leaking from his mask and making noise during the night. He developed the soft, cotton, reusable Quietus Liners for CPAP masks to solve his problems and help others get a good night’s sleep, too.

    Post: #7
    RE: Leaks and liners
    (02-14-2013 05:10 PM)SPOUSE Wrote:  I am sorry the RemZZs did not work for you. They are working so far for my husband, who got them mainly because his nose was red and itchy.
    Did you try Quietus Liners? They look a lot like the RemZZZ liners but one side is "tackier/stickier" than the other side. They can be washed and re-used as well (REMzzs apparently can too but the Quietus people actually say that on the package).

    I am glad you said that about the Quietus liners. I assumed they were similar to the RemZzzs liners, which have no stickiness at all. I will order some tomorrow. Not sure if the stickiness will help, but I'll try anything.

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    Joined: Apr 2012

    Machine: ResMed S9 Autoset
    Mask Type: Nasal mask
    Mask Make & Model: Most recent: Wisp, Pilairo, Mirage Vista
    Humidifier: ResMed S9 Autoset
    CPAP Pressure: 17-20
    CPAP Software: SleepyHead

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    Sex: Male
    Location: USA 97217

    Post: #10
    RE: Leaks and liners
    (02-14-2013 10:33 PM)JJJ Wrote:  I am glad you said that about the Quietus liners. I assumed they were similar to the RemZzzs liners, which have no stickiness at all. I will order some tomorrow. Not sure if the stickiness will help, but I'll try anything.

    I couldn't find the Wisp mask listed on the Quietus web site, so I called them. The nice man who answered the phone said that they did, indeed, have liners for the Wisp. (It's been out only a month or so.) Once he pointed me to the right page and how to find the liners for the Wisp, I ordered them.

    I should add that the stickiness of the Quietus liners is an option. You can get them with or without. Naturally, I opted for the stickiness. I hope they glue the Wisp so securely to my face that I'll need a jackhammer to get it off in the morning.
    02-15-2013 07:01 PM

    QUIETUS CPAP LINERS LLC is in the Professional Membership Organizations industry in Glenmoore, PA. This company currently has approximately 1 to 5 employees and annual sales of Under $500,000.

RemZzzs Padded Nasal CPAP Mask Liners (30-day Supply )

Did you try Quietus Liners? They look a lot like the RemZZZ liners but one side is "tackier/stickier" than the other side. They can be washed and re-used as well (REMzzs apparently can too but the Quietus people actually say that on the package).