Thanks guys. I was hesitant about getting anything dealing with ozone so I ended up not getting any of the ozone cleaners. I'll just do like you said and stick to the manufacturer's suggestions and I'll just return the uv cleaner.
Hey everyone. I just got my CPAP machine(ibreeze model) at the beginning of January and it's been great so far. Any tips or suggestions on cleaning? The manufacturer recommended cleaning the device, mask, tube, and water chamber weekly. I got some baby wipes to wipe down my mask and tube every morning when I wake up and I periodically wipe the machine down with an electronic wipe throughout the week to keep it from getting dusty though that hasn't been a problem. I started today washing the tube, water chamber, and mask with dawn dish soap and rinsing them with cool water and drying them down with a Microfiber cloth. I got some vinegar to soak in the water chamber before I clean it with the soapy water. I used a little plastic bin from the hospital to clean my CPAP stuff in. Is it necessary for me to get a cpap cleaner to go along with the regular cleaning? I bought a uv sanitizer off Amazon. Do I need anything to dry the tube out? I hung it up to dry and ran a cycle on my machine to blow out any small water droplets at the end of the day. I'm trying not to get too overwhelmed with all the suggestions and tips I've been reading across the internet and YouTube.