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One of the most important factors in
maintaining CPAP compliance is taking proper care of your CPAP equipment. In
order to have successful CPAP therapy, you must be willing to make your
treatment a priority in your life, and that means regularly cleaning and
maintaining your CPAP equipment.
Humidifier Cleaning and Replacement
Current CPAP Models have heated humidifiers
which are important to prevent any dryness of the mouth and nose. It is recommended you clean the humidifier
Mask and Tubing Cleaning and Replacement
CPAP masks are made from silicone mostly. Silicone has the tendency to break down with
consistent usage and facial oils can trap excessive bacteria on your mask. Cleaning the mask is the most important part
of CPAP therapy. Here's some tips on
CPAP mask cleaning and replacement:
Filters Cleaning and Replacement
Your CPAP filter is located either in the
back or the side of your CPAP unit. CPAP
filters prevent dirt, dust and pet hair from entering your unit. Here are some cleaning tips for your
CPAP Maintenance & CPAP Cleaning Tips
Never use bleach
to clean accessories.