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 CPAP treatment a priority. Proper cleaning is an important step in maximizing the use of your CPAP.
General Do’s and Dont's of cleaning your CPAP:
Don’t use alcohol based products to clean your mask. Using any type of alcohol based product can cause your cushion to become hard and brittle.
Do follow the recommended cleaning schedule.
Don’t use any caustic or household cleaning solutions such as bleach on your CPAP equipment.
Do change your disposable filter frequently.
Don’t put headgear in the dryer.