Portable Ozone and UV Light CPAP Sterilizer CPAP Machine Mask Tubing Cleaner


Pre-Order Now! Will be shipped in 4 weeks due to a production delay

Purchase of machines only with a valid prescription

1. Clean with One Click
Just press start and cleaner will do the rest. It effectively eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and germs.
2. Time Saving
The T-adapter allows you to sanitize your CPAP machine and mask simultaneously, which saves 50% of your time.
3. Ultra Quiet
Virtually silent, Rescare has your total peace of mind as it works and lets you get back to your day.
4. Travel Friendly
Small, cordless and waterless, pack it in your carry-on to keep your CPAP accessories clean away from home.
5. Compatible
A filter bag and three adapters are provided. They work for most CPAP machines, masks, heated and non-heated tubing.

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How to use 
Cleaning your CPAP doesn’t have to be complicated, you simply press the only button on the device, and Rescare does the rest. Using activated oxygen, Rescare eliminates 99.9% of CPAP bacteria, germs, and other pathogens. No disassembly. No water. No chemicals. Just simple, automated cleaning.

Step 1: Clean your mask and hose.

1) Plug your hose with the mask attached into the cleaner ,put the mask inside the sanitizing bag, and zip the bag.

2) Turn it on.

Step 2: Clean your machine and humidifier.

4) Take the mask and hose out of the bag.

5) If you have a humidifier, dump out any water.

6) Reconnect the hose to the humidifier (which is attached to your CPAP machine) or if you do not have a humidifier, reconnect the hose to the machine. Turn on Rescare M3.

Why is it so important to clean your CPAP machine?
You use your CPAP for eight hours per night. Room air goes into the machine, filter, tube, mask, and nose. Then exhaled air goes back into the mask, tube, and machine. Your CPAP machine works hard to send a constant flow of air pressure into your airways. Over time, dust, allergens, germs, viruses, and other harmful pathogens can collect in the machinery. Then as moisture and humidity collect on the inside of your CPAP, it turns into the perfect breeding ground for mold and bacteria.

The potential risks with unsanitary equipment may also include direct exposure to bacteria, viruses, and molds. This can increase the possibility of nasty colds, sinus infections, and even pneumonia.

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