CPAP Tube Cleaning

How to clean CPAP tube

CPAP cleaning . The process can take less than 45 minutes.

Step one

Unplug the machine from the source of power. Leaving the machine on the source of power is likely to lead to electrical shock.

Step two

After unplugging the machine, disconnect masks. There are different types of masks that you can use to clean the tubes. The masks tend to channel air through your mouth or nose.Disconnect the mask from the tubing. In the event that the mask comes with a headgear detach or remove. You can also reattach any other pieces from the attachment.

Step three
Once you are done, remove the CPAP tubing from your connectors, humidifier as well as the machine itself. Only do so if it connects directly. In case there is one, detach the water chamber from your humidifier unit and then separate it into various pieces.

Step four

Warm a soft, clean and wet piece of cloth. Use the piece of cloth to gently wipe down the external surface of the machine. Once more ensure that it is unplugged when undertaking the cleaning exercise to avoid issues that are likely to arise along the way.

Step five

Fill your small, basin or sink using warm water. You can add a small amount of dish soap for effective cleaning. Alternatively, you can apply vinegar to make the cleaning exercise as easy as walking at the park.

Step six
Submerge your mask, headgear as well as tubing in the warm water containing soap. Let is sit for about 30 minutes so that it can soak properly. Alternatively, you can wipe away the dirt with a soft cloth dipped in warm water.
Step seven
Allow each of the things to dry out in the open air. It is advisable to do this weekly. The humidifier has to be cleaned with mild soap and hot water for better results at the end of the day. The tubes should be cleaned with mild soap and hot water.


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