Your BiPAP tubing will also need to be cleaned weekly, or more often as needed. Just like your BiPAP mask, soak the tubing in dish soap and water and rinse thoroughly. Your tubing should be hung up to completely air-dry, ensuring that all water is properly drained from within. ensure all water is properly drained from within. The shower or bath is a good place to hang the tubing, since the excess water can flow straight into the drain.
As with the mask, your BiPAP tubingshould be disinfected at least once a month and more often, as needed. Disinfect the tubing with one part white distilled vinegar and four parts water. Rinse thoroughly and hang to dry. Masks and tubing should be replaced every three months.