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Disinfecting Nebulizer Tips
Posted by Dano (Idaho) on 02/06/2021
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I agree with using white vinegar as a cleaner. I know someone that has a dialysis machine at home for treatment. He was told to use white vinegar for cleaning it. It must be rinsed off with water after using it to clean.


Disinfecting Nebulizer Tips
Posted by Rob S. (U.S.A.) on 05/06/2020
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I was told by a nurse giving me instructions on using and cleaning mine to use vinegar, it`s all that`s needed.


Disinfecting Nebulizer Tips
Posted by Robert V. (California) on 04/26/2020
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I found this info helpful during short supply of many items for cleaning/disinfecting. It comes from the Cleveland Medical Clinic & posted as cleaning methods for nebulizer which is made of plastic material. The disposable is a weaker plastic & can only use the cold process. The cleaning method is a guide only, in case you are short of normal supplies. I think white vinegar is still available. Disposable nebulizers should use one of these cold disinfecting methods: Soak in 70% isopropyl alcohol for 5 minutes. Soak in 3% hydrogen peroxide for 30 minutes. Soak in a one-part white vinegar to 3-part water solution for 30 minutes. After any of these cold disinfecting techniques, rinse well and air dry. Non-disposable nebulizers may be disinfected as described above. They may also be disinfected by any of the following heat disinfecting methods: Boil for 5 minutes. Microwave in a bowl of water for 5 minutes. Put in the dishwasher at 158 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes. Use an electric steam sterilizer (baby bottle sterilizer).