Dos and don’ts
Always refer to the specific cleaning instructions provided by the manufacturer of your AeroChamber, as they may provide additional or different guidelines for cleaning and maintenance. If you have any uncertainties or concerns, it’s best to contact the manufacturer directly for clarification and assistance.
5-step guide to washing Aerochambers
Disassemble: Start by disassembling the AeroChamber by removing any detachable parts, such as the inhaler mouthpiece or mask, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure to keep track of all the individual components.
Rinse: Rinse all the individual parts under warm running water. This step helps remove any loose debris or residue. Be thorough, ensuring that water flows through all the nooks, corners, and valves of the AeroChamber.
Clean: Apply a small amount of mild liquid soap or dish detergent to a soft brush or cloth. Gently scrub the inside and outside surfaces of the chamber, including the valves and any other accessible areas. Take care not to scrub too vigorously to avoid damaging the device.
Rinse again: After cleaning, rinse all the parts thoroughly under warm running water to remove any soap residue. Ensure that all surfaces are clean and free from any remaining detergent.
Dry: Shake off any excess water from the parts, and place them on a clean towel or allow them to air-dry in a well-ventilated area. Ensure that all the components are completely dry before reassembling the AeroChamber. Moisture can lead to the growth of bacteria or compromise the device’s functionality.
Can I use any type of soap or detergent to clean my AeroChamber?
It is recommended to use mild liquid soap or dish detergent for cleaning an AeroChamber. Avoid using harsh chemicals, bleach, or abrasive cleaners, as they can potentially damage the device. Stick to gentle cleaning agents to ensure the integrity of the AeroChamber.
How often should I clean my AeroChamber?
Regular cleaning is essential to maintain the cleanliness and functionality of your AeroChamber. It is generally recommended to clean the device at least once a week, or as instructed by the manufacturer. However, consult the specific cleaning instructions provided with your AeroChamber, as cleaning frequency may vary depending on the model and intended use.
Can I sterilize my AeroChamber?
No, you should not sterilize your AeroChamber. The device is not designed to withstand high heat or sterilization methods such as autoclaving. Cleaning with warm water and mild soap is sufficient to keep the AeroChamber clean and free from contamination.