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Caring for Snore Eliminator

The importance of cleaning your Snore Eliminator after every use can't be stressed enough. There are more than 600 types of bacteria found in the human mouth, and there are approximately 2.5 billion unwanted organisms for every inch of saliva-filled space.

Read our four complaints about Snore Eliminator before you purchase.

Not all bacteria are harmful, but many forms are - especially staphylococci, which is responsible for plaque, and porphyromonas gingivitis, which is linked to periodontitis. Just imagine how many bacteria are covering every inch of your mouthpiece when you wake up in the morning. This is why it is vital to keep your snoring mouthpiece clean.

Easy Cleaning

Snore Eliminator can be cleaned using a denture cleaner, toothpaste, or mouthwash. Some find it helpful to place a spatula in the air hole to make it easier to hold onto.

Never use anything abrasive to clean your mouthpiece. Keep in mind that if you get the Snore Eliminator Pro it has moving parts, so you will need to be extra careful to get all crevices clean. Store your oral appliance in its included case to keep it clean until you use it again.

Mark Walton
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