Since you have to try SnoreMender PS for 90 days before you can request a refund, you might as well make the most of it and put these troubleshooting tips to good use before you send it back.
You know how painful it is when you get a blister from a new pair of shoes? This is sort of what it will feel like if your mouthpiece rubs against your gums all night. A nail file can be used to smooth any irritating edges that are present. Only do a small amount at a time and test it frequently to make sure you don't overdo it.
SnoreMender does not recommend altering the fit of this device this soon. It is common for users to heat it to adjust without any guidance. If you do this too soon, then it may feel too weak and loose once your mouth gets used to it.
If you do need to make an adjustment, SnoreMender suggest waiting two weeks to do so. At this time, boil water and pour it in a bowl. Allow it to cool slightly. Place the device in water for 90 seconds. Put it in your mouth and bite to hold it in place. Continue to do this for 2 minutes.
If your device is too wide it will likely pop off your teeth. In this case, pour boiling water in a bowl and allow it to cool. You can also combine 2 cups boiling water with 1 cup of cold water to achieve the right temperature faster. Dip the lower front half of the snoring mouthpiece in the water while holding it by the hinges. Hold this for 90 seconds. Place it in your mouth and bite for 120 seconds to keep it in place.
If you are still snoring while wearing your device, you may need to adjust the lower jaw placement a bit. Pour 2 cups of hot water and 1 cup cold water in a bowl. Hold the lower front piece in water for a minute. Be sure to not get the hinges wet, too. Pull the lower tray forward using your thumb to lengthen it.
If the mouthpiece has still been unsuccessful, you can contact the company and request an extra-strength replacement. Check out more information on the mouthpiece and purchasing on the SnoreMender PS review and SnoreMender coupon pages.