SoClean 2 CPAP Equipment Cleaner Review
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One of our very best sellers to keep our client's CPAP equipment in tip top shape would hands down be the SoClean 2 Equipment Cleaner. Whether you're using a Resmed or Respironics CPAP machine, this specially designed apparatus is compatible with most CPAP manufacturers. The SoClean 2 uses an activated oxygen technology to keep your CPAP equipment safe and germ-free. The activated oxygen technology, also known as ozone eliminates 99% of germs and bacteria that may be lingering in your CPAP equipment. The SoClean 2 is waterless one-step cleaning system for your CPAP's main unit, water chamber, hoses and CPAP masks. The filter and check value in the unit requires replacement approximately every 6 months.
Here is our lists of the PROS of the SoClean 2:
QUICK: A sufficient 10-minute cycle is all that’s needed to destroy most bacteria and mold in and around your CPAP equipment after usage.
SMART: Auto-Start function is available for user to set a specific time where the unti will start automatically. Simply wake up, put accessories in the SoClean 2 and go.
COMPLETE SANITIZATION: SoClean 2 not only sanitizes your mask, tubing and water chamber, the ozone penetrates deep into your CPAP machine (all the crevices) to kill 99% germs that’s trapped inside the machine motor.
Here is our list of CONS of the SoClean 2:
REPLACEMENT: It is required to replace filter and check valve approximately every 6 months. This is an added cost to maintaining the unit.
EXTRA PARTS: You can only sanitize the water chamber if you purchase the appropriate adapter for your model of CPAP machine.
LAG TIME: If using SoClean 2 prior to CPAP therapy, it’s required to wait 4-6 hours following sanitizing to using your CPAP equipment for the ozone to dissipate.
ODOR: Clients report there is a mild ozone scent that quickly dissipate one the cycle has completed.
FINAL VERDICT: The SoClean 2 is delivers on its promises - it's reliable and easy to use. We highly recommend the unit. Many of us are unaware CPAP equipment is a breeding ground for microorganisms. Water and soap is effective for cleaning facial oils and dirt, but won’t suffice for germs and bacteria. If you find you’re getting sick frequently or suffer from a lingering sickness, contaminated CPAP equipment could be the source. Weigh the pros and cons and consider investing in a CPAP sanitizer to keep germs at bay. A CPAP sanitizer will ultimately will improve your experience with CPAP and enhance your overall sleep health.
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