Maintaining properly your CPAP equipment (CPAP mask, CPAP tubes, CPAP filters) can make a difference in how effective your CPAP therapy is. Cleaning solutions consistently can help keep your CPAP equipment in good working and maintain your therapy at best possible. Use our replacement schedule to help you keep track when to replace your CPAP mask and supplies.


AirFit N30 Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear

Replace your CPAP Mask
Recommended every 6 – 12 months

Signs of an Aging CPAP Mask:
Air leakage, loose headgear, general discomfort, frayed fabric, visible rips or tears in your cushion, loss of cushion shape.

Getting the Most Out of Your CPAP Mask:
CPAP Masks should be washed daily with warm water and gentle soap or baby shampoo.

Quattro Air/AirFit F10 Cushion Replacement

Replace your CPAP Mask Cushion
Recommended every 3 – 6 months

Signs of an Aging CPAP Mask Cushion:
Air leakage, visible rips or tears in your cushion, loss of cushion shape.

Getting the Most Out of Your CPAP Mask Cushion:
Wipe your CPAP mask cushion after each use with mask wipes as the oils from your skin can accelerate degradation of the cushion material.

AirFit F20 Headgear Replacement

Replace your CPAP Mask Headgear
Recommended every 6 – 9 month

Signs of an Aging CPAP Mask Headgear:
Loose headgear, general discomfort or over-tightening, frayed fabric, visible rips or tears.

Getting the Most Out of Your CPAP Mask Headgear:
CPAP mask headgear will stretch out over time.
Adjust your headgear so it’s snug, but not too tight.
Not only is over-tightening uncomfortable, it can cause it to wear out faster. Wash with a gentle soap, infrequently.

CPAP Air Tubing - 2m Grey

Replace your CPAP Hoses & Tubing
Recommended every 6 – 12 months

Signs of an Aging CPAP Hoses & Tubing:
Air leakage, loose hose connections, visible rips or tears, mineral build-up, unfamiliar odors, signs of mold growth.

Getting the Most Out of Your CPAP Hoses & Tubing:
Try not to tangle your CPAP Hose, to avoid pressure upside downs. Use a CPAP hose cover to gentle touch of the hose with your body and to avoid any furniture scratches.

S9/Air 10 Filters Replacement

Replace your CPAP Air Filter
Recommended 3 – 6 months

Signs of an Aging CPAP Air Filter:
Visible dust or dirt, low airflow, unfamiliar odors.

Getting the Most Out of Your CPAP Air Filter:
CPAP filters are not reusable or washable.
Normally CPAP filter should last for a minimum of 90 up to 180 days. Once your filter has reached it’s days of use replace it.

HumidAir Water Chamber for AirSenseAirCurveLumis

Replace your CPAP Humidifier Water Chamber Recommended every 6 – 12 months

Signs of an Aging CPAP Humidifier Water Chamber:
Heavy mineral build-up, discoloration of plastic, unfamiliar odors, signs of mold growth
Getting the Most Out of Your CPAP Humidifier Water Chamber:
Use distilled water in your water chamber to reduce mineral concentration. You should empty and dry out your water chamber daily, with infrequent cleanings.



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