The CPAP Tube Brush is specifically designed to scrub and clean the inside of a standard CPAP hose. Anytime moisture sits in an enclosed space, you risk the chance of growing mold or algae. The Tube Brush bristles gently clean your CPAP tubing.
Manufactured by Monaco Products, Inc.
The soft nylon bristles are sized to exactly fit a standard (22mm bore) CPAP hose. The five foot stem is more than enough to clean a ten foot hose. Simply clean each end of the CPAP tube to scrub the entire hose.
The CPAP Tube Brush is for use only with standard size, 22mm diameter hose. It is NOT designed to work with SlimLine tubes, those being 15mm or 18mm in diameter.
Length: 5 Foot
Bore Size: 22mm
Bristle Material: Soft Nylon
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- Carefully unwind and straighten tube brush , maintaining a hold on both ends.
Once unwound, we suggest finding somewhere to hang the brush. Repeatedly winding and unwinding it may fatigue the metal, resulting in a broken stem.
- Wash before use with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse thoroughly with cool water.
- To clean your CPAP tubing, once again use a mild detergent and luke-warm water.
- Keeping the tube as straight as possible, gently work brush back-and-forth in short strokes, gradually working further inside the tube.
- Avoid aggressive use when cleaning. The fan tipped brush will reduce stress to tubing walls. However, it is recommended the CPAP tube be kept as straight as possible during cleanings to avoid unnecessary wear or damage.
- When done cleaning, thoroughly rinse tube with a stream of cool water.
- Attach tube to CPAP machine, and let run for 15 minutes or so, or until you feel all interior moisture has evaporated.
- Gently pat the bristles until dry to the touch and hang somewhere where there is air circulation.
- While hot water may seem better, hot water dries out plastics, and shortens their lifespan.
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