sterilizing your CPAP equipment with diluted chlorine bleach or vinegar, is this the best idea?

When you first get any of your CPAP equipment, there will be very specific instructions on cleaning those parts and sections. You want to look at those booklets to see what your equipment’s manufacturer recommends for cleaning. Some chemicals and acid-based cleaners can leave a sticky residue, bad odor, or be hazardous for you to breath. 

At, we recommend any of our CPAP cleaning devices instead. These devices allow for a thorough cleaning that fully sanitizes and eradicates all germs and bacteria from your CPAP equipment. These are all chemical-free devices that enable your equipment to still be safe for your daily use. 

You can check out the different selections we carry on our website. Please do not hesitate to contact our knowledgeable staff with any questions you may have about any of the products that we sell. Our team would be glad to discuss the features of each unit with you in greater detail. 

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