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Cleaning DreamStation heated hose.
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Machine: Philips Dreamstation.
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Post: #11
RE: Cleaning DreamStation heated hose.
I've washed mine by hand in the kitchen sink with mild detergent, manage to keep the connector end out of the water most of the time when doing it... but it has been drowned a couple of times.
I've had no problems with it having been wet, just make sure it is fully dry before connecting it again (warm air with the hair dryer is one way to dry it if you need to reconnect it before it can air dry)

Normally I wash it first thing in the morning on a Saturday or Sunday, by the time I head off to bed that night it is dry.

As mentioned, make sure you hang it with the tube ends down... the shower is a good spot. Cool
07-22-2016 12:04 AM
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