To keep your CPAP equipment shiny-clean and germ-free, you will need to use the best sleep apnea disinfecting products.
When you choose to order your cleaning CPAP products through our website, you will access high-quality wipes that are specially designed to keep CPAP equipment working at its very best.
Choosing the right products from our selection of world-class, reasonably-priced CPAP wipes, sprays and disinfector machines will be the smartest way to protect your CPAP investment, and everything that we offer is just so easy to order online. To offer you even more convenience, you may also shop for cleaning CPAP products via 2 conveniently located retail outlets.
The mask cushion or pillows should be washed daily with hot soapy water and left for air-dry. The coarse black filters should be washed twice a week under hot running water (no soap). The humidifier chamber should be drained and washed at least once a week with hot soapy water or in a dishwasher.
The air tubing can be washed with hot water (no soap) and left to air dry.
CAUTION: DO NOT clean any parts of the CPAP system with alcohol or solutions that contain alcohol.
The silicone mask cushion and the silicone nasal pillows, with proper care, can serve you up to 12 months. However, the actual life of the nasal mask or pillows can vary greatly, depending upon use.
Replace the mask immediately when it leaks air excessively, there is a tear in the cushion, or it becomes uncomfortable to wear.
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1. Remove the cushion or nasal pillow from your mask. 2. Wash the cushion or nasal pillows with hot running water and leave for air dry 3. Dump excess water from humidifier chamber and wash the chamber.
1. Unplug the machine from power. Disconnect the mask or shell, swivel or Whisper Swivel from the tubing. Remove the headgear from your mask or nasal pillow shell. 2. Throw-out the remained water from humidifier chamber. Wash the chamber under hot water or in dishwasher. 3. Inspect the filters on the unit. One filter is usually a foam material that is easily taken out from the device by pinching the middle of the foam. The filter is normally found in the rear of the unit, but check the manual if it is not found. This should be cleaned with water and mild soap. 4. Remove the tubing from the device and rinse with water and mild soap swishing the water back and forth through the tube and then emptying. Rinse thoroughly and hang to air dry.
1. Unplug the machine from power. 2. Clean the CPAP machine using wipes or damp cloth. 3. Inspect the filters on the unit. One filter is usually a foam material that is easily taken out from the device by pinching the middle of the foam. The filter is normally found in the rear of the unit, but check the manual if it is not found. Replace it, do not clean the white filter. 4. Review air hose, power cord, humidifier chamber for cracks, damages and replace if needed.
Whether you′re suffering from obstructive sleep apnea, mixed sleep apnea or central sleep apnea, you should know that CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy will be the key to easing or eliminating your sleep apnea symptoms and side effects.
CPAP accessories require regular replacement as long term use may lead to wear and tear. Many CPAP users don't realize that many supplies associated with sleep therapy are disposable. Masks, air tubes, filters and headgear have a limited life span and must be replaced from time to time. CPAP devices are portable but care should be taken to ensure that sufficient replacement parts are always available to help the machine function in a normal way at any time. CPAP masks get loose after continual use and ill fitting masks cause obvious problems in the therapy. The mask should therefore be replaced after every 3 months. CPAP headgear helps to connect the mask securely to the head and the frequency of replacement should be between 3 to 6 months. Air tubes attaching to the CPAP machines, that get visibly dirty or torn out must also be replaced once every six months.
Also, it is necessary to change or clean the CPAP filters to keep them hygienic and flawless. Basically there are two types of filters - disposable filters which should be replaced on a regular basis and non-disposable filters, (also known as pollen filters) which can be washed and reused. There are separate CPAP mask accessories designed for each mask type and model.
You may choose from various models produced by the top brands like ResMed, Philips-Respironics, Fisher-Paykel Healthcare and DeVilbiss.
Sleep apnea is a serious health condition that requires the highest standard of CPAP therapy. By offering you premium equipment for the right price, we make it simple for you to improve your health, virtually overnight.
Now that you know more about our company and our CPAP equipment, why not place an order today? If you have questions about our goods or services, please reach out to us immediately. By calling or emailing our company, you′ll access superior customer support that ensures a smooth, pleasant customer service experience. We are here to help, and we look forward to hearing from you.
Alex is very helpful and the prices are the lowest. This is not a scam so order with confidence. I have been to other CPAP stores and they try to give you a boat anchor while charging top dollar. Alex goes out of his way to make sure you are satisfied. I have been to the store and tried many masks until we found the one that works for me. Thanks Alex!!!
Machine arrived today! Great service, very helpful. I will definitely recommend CPAP Clinic.
Purchased a CPAP sanitizer on a Monday and it arrived on Thursday morning. That is what I call fast as I live in Edmonton.However it seems that a letter mail sent a week later took 5 days to arrive. Not CPAP clinics fault as the delay on the letter mail comes from Canada Post. Will let everyone that I know that this is the place to deal with