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Why Do You Need To Clean Your CPAP?

It is no doubt that keeping your CPAP machine clean is essential for your health. Failure to keep a CPAP clean can lead to illnesses for users. If the CPAP reservoir is not changed regularly, and replaced with fresh, distilled water, bacteria, and mold can grow. It can also lead to worsening of existing conditions. The CPAP mask can also cause skin irritations or rashes if it is in close contact with oil and other organisms.

Dirty CPAP Machines can lead to significant problems, including:

  • The water chamber may contain minerals.
  • The mask may be clogged with mucus.
  • Tubing may contain germs.
  • In moist environments, mold can grow.
  • You might smell unpleasant stenchs.
  • It may look unhygienic.

Keep your CPAP machine clean and your lungs healthy with an Ozone CPAP cleaner and sanitizer.

What Is Ozone CPAP Cleaner And Sanitizer?

O2 is the normal oxygen we inhale. Ozone is a powerful pathogen destroyer and can kill germs, viruses, bacteria and other pathogens. It is used to disinfect and clean equipment in hospitals and clinics. Activated oxygen has been used in CPAP cleaner technology for its high sanitation levels. A CPAP cleaner and sanitizer machine is designed to thoroughly clean your CPAP machine as well as its accessories (including the mask, headgear tubing and the water chamber).

Activated Oxygen Benefits:

  • Kills germs, bacteria, and other pathogens in your equipment
  • Peace-of-mind equipment sanitizing
  • No need to take equipment apart on a daily basis
  • No water or messy chemicals required
  • Activated oxygen is used in water purification, hospitals, and produce handling
  • Activated oxygen kills germs in minutes
  • Cleaning cycle lasts 2 hours

Which CPAP Parts Should You Sanitize?

  • CPAP unit
  • humidifier
  • mask or nasal pillows
  • Tubing

How Often Should You Clean CPAP Parts?

Manufacturers of CPAP equipment recommend that you clean your CPAP sleep apnea device regularly. They recommend that the mask, tubing, and humidifier chamber be cleaned at least once a week. It is a good idea to rinse the mask and hose every day. This helps them stay clean. Experts recommend that you wash the parts daily if your are ill.

Ozone CPAP Cleaner VS UV Light CPAP Cleaner

  • UV light can only clean what it can touch, and it cannot get inside your CPAP supplies, while Ozone gas can get inside the hard-to-reach areas of your CPAP equipment, where ultraviolet light can’t get in.
  • With a Ozone cleaner and sanitizer, you don’t have to disassemble your CPAP mask for it to get cleanedwhile a UV cleaner requires an additional device to clean your CPAP tubing.
  • A Ozone cleaner and sanitizer doesn’t require an additional device for your CPAP hose, while a UV light cleaner requires an additional device to clean your CPAP tubing.

What To Consider When Choosing A CPAP Cleaner and Sanitizer?

  • Is it compatible with your CPAP? You should ensure that your CPAP machine is compatible with your CPAP / BiPAP before you buy a CPAP cleaner.
  • Can it be carried? You’ll need to bring the cleaning solution with you when you travel. You’ll need the CPAP cleaner to be lightweight and compact.
  • How can you charge it? Some CPAP cleaning machines require batteries while others use an electrical outlet or USB port. Personal preference is what matters when it comes to CPAP cleaning machines.
  • Can the CPAP cleaner be used easily? A CPAP cleaner or sanitizer’s purpose is to make your life simpler and help you save time. It should not have to take as much time as manual washing.

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