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Reviews of the Best Sleep Apnea Equipment Cleaning Machines

Keeping your sleep apnea equipment clean is important for its effectiveness.

Sleep apnea equipment consists of a filter, humidifier and mask that need to be routinely cleaned. It is typically worn every night and can easily collect germs, pollutants, bacteria, viruses, and even develop mold.

Even if everything looks clean, it is likely to have invisible contaminants that collect over time. Any pollutants or germs you come in contact with during the day can come into contact with your mask when applying it at night. (1)

Also, since a humidifier is used, moisture sits in the machine tubing and mask, and this can develop fungi and dangerous molds that love to dwell in moist places (2).

It’s also important to mention that you need to air dry your equipment thoroughly every day to avoid the accumulation of moisture that can cause mold and fungi.

Cleaning your equipment daily can be time-consuming and many people fail to comply (4). Thankfully, there are now cleaners on the market that can make routine cleaning easier and even more effective.

How does it work?

Many cleaners avoid the use of water to clean your machine. Some cleaners use activated oxygen and others use ultra-violet light.

Activated oxygen

Cleaners that use activated oxygen have a generator that breaks down oxygen (O2) and recreate it by combining another O atom making O3, or an activated oxygen molecule. When the third O atom is added, it turns the molecule into an oxidant. An oxidant causes a substance to lose electrons, which in this case can kill germs and bacteria.

Ultra-violet light

Ultra-violet light consists of three different bands known as UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C spectrums. Each spectrum varies in wavelength.

At certain wavelengths, ultra-violet light has the ability to break molecular bonds in the DNA of microorganisms.

Most Popular Cleaners

SoClean

The SoClean 2 is the fast, easy way to clean CPAP equipment. SoClean uses activated oxygen, which kills germs and bacteria with no disassembly and no water.

SoClean 2 CPAP Cleaner

Activated Oxygen Benefits:

  • Kills germs, bacteria, and other pathogens in your equipment
  • Peace-of-mind equipment sanitizing
  • No need to take equipment apart on a daily basis
  • No water or messy chemicals required
  • Activated oxygen is used in water purification, hospitals, and produce handling
  • Activated oxygen kills germs in minutes
  • Cleaning cycle lasts 2 hours
  • Risk-Free 30 day guarantee
  • Does require annual replacement parts that cost around $30, less if you subscribe to their email
  • According to their website, they offer payment plans for as little as $29 per month

Lumin Sanitizing Device

The 3B Lumin CPAP cleaner is a CPAP cleaning machine that uses ultra-violet light to disinfect your equipment.

Features of Lumin:

  • No chemicals are used
  • Easy to use, but equipment needs to be disconnected to be cleaned
  • Free shipping
  • Offers a 2-year warranty
  • UV light does not "go around corners" . Bacteria shaded by the equipment will not be exposed to the UV light

Factors to consider when deciding on a cleaner

  • The length of time it takes to clean. This could be anywhere from 5 minutes to a couple of hours, depending on the machine, so consider this factor if the length of time is important to you.
  • Is it portable? If you are on the road or travel frequently you’ll want to make sure you can take your portable equipment and cleaning device with you.
  • Is it compatible with your equipment? Most equipment should be compatible, but some may need an extra adapter to fit.
  • How easy it is to use. Do you have to take your equipment apart to clean it or can it stay connected? How does it connect to the cleaner? These are questions to consider.
  • Cost. If you need financing, some companies offer low monthly payments. Some also offer risk-free trials to let you test it out and make sure it’s the right fit for you.
  • You also may want to make sure the manufacturer offers a warranty.

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  1. Hi! I use the SoClean cpap Cleaner and I love it!! I have used mine for a least 3 years. It saves so much time and energy for me since I am retired now. I enjoy my time more than I ever in my life have so this is a game changer for me! It cleans very well and always smells fresh!! I set it up to clean at the same time each day. My whole bedroom smells clean afterward!! Love the timer! I'm going to purchase another one for my husband now.

  2. I bought an iCaty cleaning machine half a year ago, it's only $89 with power adapter and free shipping, it works well as far as now.

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  9. I was thinking of buying a cleaning machine that uses ozone. I called ResMed and asked about it - was told that they tested it and it damaged the CPAP device - voiding the warranty. Their recommendation is hand washing in warm soapy water - daily for nasal pillows and weekly for hoses and headgear. Bummer! And I think those cleaners that use UV light don't clean the inside of the hoses and nasal pillows. But they are good for cleaning your toothbrush and cell phones!

  10. Hi was thinking about buying the So Clean machine but after reading how it damages and voids your Cpap warranty and cuts down on one's mask and hose life why would anyone buy this thing? Really I'm asking not trolling. With the So Clean can one only use it to clean the mask and hose and buy pass the Cpap thus saving it from damage and warranty loss? Thanks from Mark

  11. ResMed states on their website: "ResMed has observed that prolonged and repeated use of an ozone device may eventually cause internal damage to a ResMed machine, leading to an increase in motor noise. The ResMed limited warranty excludes damage to ResMed machines caused by use of ozone devices."

    Will SoClean cover my costs associated with the damage caused by their device?

  12. To BERNETTE CARWAY-SPRUIELL
    I have a bipap and my husband has a cpap. We use the same So Clean machine to clean our equipment. I simply attach my tubing + mask to my husband's cpap machine (closest to So Clean), put in my mask and about foot of tubing, and turn on the machine. Works great! I'd like to have my own portable unit, but the one we have was so pricey, I hate to invest another $100 for convenience.

  13. Hello all

    I have using a CPAP machine for about 3 years now and didn't realize the seriousness of cleaning mine.i would take it all apart maybe once a week and clean it,well what I thought was cleaning it.One day I saw an advertisement for the hybernova cpap cleaner and sanitizer and it was selling for 30 bucks,so listening to the little voice in the back of my mind I purchased it.I have used it for 3 days now and all the breathing problems and flem build up has all but disappeared. I would recommend the cpap cleaner and sanitizer to anyone who uses a CPAP machine.Its cost effective and very very convenient. I really hope this helps make up your minds.

    1. Good Day Bernette,

      The SoClean 2 is a general sleep equipment maintenance device and is intended to be used in the home. To check if your specific BiPap sleep equipment requires an adapter, please contact customer care at 866-501-3705.

      Thank you
      Christine-SoClean

  14. I am interested in a comparison of uv cpap cleaners...I cannot use the Lumin2 because the additional part is not compatible with my rested heated tubing for air sense 10 cpap machine...can you help me?

  15. Is anyone familiar with PrimeClean CPAP sanitizer? There's a promo for 1/2 price- $99 plus free shipping, 30 day money back guarantee, no filters, accessories needed and compatible with my Philips Respironics DreamStation CPAP.
    Since I haven't been diligent with cleaning the CPAP, though its imperative that I do, Im considering this machine, since I can't afford the SoClean, and can't wait until the Medicare bureaucracy approves these important devices- even at a percentage of coverage. Maybe its more feasible for Medicare to pay for medical care from ailments due to the alternative- infections from not maintaining your machine. |
    Medicare may end up covering compound foam for diabetic neuropathy before they cover CPAP sanitizers.

    Please let me know what you've heard. Thanks!

    1. Great question! I have would be very interested in an answer to it since I am also considering to purchase it. I really like the promo price, but want to feel that I am obtaining an effective product. I was also looking at the Clean Zone. I saw some customer reviews about the product and company's customer service that led me to look elsewhere. Hoping for some guidance on purchasing this one.

      1. Do you mind if I can please ask you what turned you away from the clean zone machine? That is the one that I was looking for reviews on now. Seen their commercial and then seen it is much less expensive than So Clean. My Mom always says"We get what we pay for". Thx so much!

  16. I use a memory foam mask. I only use it for 1 month and then replace it.

    Since it was stated ozone cleaners are not compatible with memory foam, does this mean that is shouldn't be used in all cases or for long periods of time?

    1. Good Day,

      You do not need to disassemble any equipment before using the SoClean 2. That's part of what makes it so convenient! Please do note that some headgear may contain natural rubber, memory foam or nylon which are not compatible with Activated Oxygen (ozone). Please check with your medical equipment provider to ensure your equipment does not contain these materials, if so you should remove it before operating your SoClean 2.

      Thank you
      Christine-SoClean

  17. I am interested to see any research that shows that the use of CPAP Machine cleaners are effective in actually reducing the incidence of infections caused by using CPAP machines! Is there any peer reviewed studies to show that these 'are' effective in reducing the incidence of infections?

  18. Is this a real organization or a page ran by So Clean? I see in the comments a lot of references and sites, numbers for So Clean.

      1. Good Day Pat,

        We tested different technologies when developing the device and found that UV light in this application was limiting in that it causes shadowing and left many surfaces untouched. Activated Oxygen (ozone), as a gas, gets to even hard-to-reach areas.

        Thank you
        Christine-SoClean

  19. I am very interested to learn if SoClean or other Ozone CPAP cleaning systems are safe to use. I'm a disabled vet with OSA, asbestosis, COPD, Pulmonary hypertension and NSC Lung Cancer. The EPA website (www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-08/documents/ozone_generator.pdf) says that indoor ozone concentration is limited to .05 ppm and that exposure is dangerous to one's lungs. How much ozone does the SoClean use and is it safe from having any chemical reactions/oxidation on all CPAP machines, hoses and masks? Where and when did any testing take place and how can I get a copy of the results?

    1. Good Day Dan,

      Thank you for taking the time to reach out. Per your severe medical diagnosis's we recommend contacting your medical professional to help you determine if the SoClean 2 is the right fit for you. The SoClean 2 generates enough Activated Oxygen (ozone) to maintain your sleep equipment. When operated in a 125 square foot room with 8-foot ceilings, the average ambient ozone concentration in the room over the operating cycle is < 0.05 parts per million (PPM).

      Thank you,
      Christine-SoClean

  20. It’s kind of strange that i ask a question that could be seen as negative and it gets removed without comment. I am told that Resmed will not honor their warranty if you use a So Clean. I have a brand new CPAP and do not want to ruin it so a response would be appreciated. I had called So clean last week a talked to a supervisor and she said she would call back in 48 hours. So far crickets.

    1. Good Day Jim,

      Circling back as we had spoken last week. Please feel free to connect back with us directly should you have any additional questions. We are available in customer care at 866-501-3705 Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 7:00 pm Eastern.

      Thank you
      Christine

      1. Why cant the answer to his question be posted here? I have the same concern and Im sure others do. Be transparent.

  21. I have a cpap machine but problem is my nose and throat was sore I was sick several times already because of mask and hose i wash them as always but still causes me to be sick i cant afford soclean machine to clean i am currently searching organizations and foundations to help me get this machine i cant find one I can't afford because of my income cpap is covered my Medicare and Medicaid both who on earth could help me get it so I can stop getting sick so much many thanks

    1. Good Afternoon Bobby,

      At this time the SoClean 2 is not covered by health insurance as it is considered a luxury item. However, you can use your HSA or FSA account to purchase the SoClean 2, allowing you to pay for your SoClean 2 with money deducted from your paycheck before income taxes are calculated. The eligible product list number is: #9274. Additionally, we offer a financing option with monthly payments as low as $29. You can learn more about it on our website https://www.soclean.com/ or contact customer care at 866-501-3705.

      Thank you,
      Christine

    2. Bobby: Check out Cleanzone. It was advertised on TV for $99.00 I just saw this tonight and don't know anything about it. Good luck, Steven

  22. I go to the Dayton VA and could not be more pleased. Super friendly and very helpful. I have not met a staff member who wasn’t enthusiastic to help the vets.
    They gave me a CPAP and I ignored it for a year. Now use it daily and love it. Am getting the best sleep ever and that positively effects my mood, my strength and my energy throughout the day.

  23. Hi all! I use a Rescomf Cpap cleaner. It works great, it's portable and best of all, it's only $25...it uses ozone to clean...it's about the size of 2 decks of cards stacked. You plug your hose onto it and it cleans the hose and mask. If you want to clean the machine, just leave the hose connected to the machine, remove the mask and plug the hose in. It takes about 25 min for each. Boom! Done!
    Check it out on eBay!

  24. Thanks everyone for the input. I have to wait to till Jan to talk to Sleep Dr. still haven’t gotten another hose. Mine smells like burn odor as I couldn’t find distilled water in ANY drugstore visiting folks in upstate NY. Doc said I can use without water. Older one yes. The newer one Wakes you up when low on water. Put in full auto mode and goes throw water like crazy. But can’t get that odor out of hose.

    Am leaning toward the SoClean 2. And worth bit of work to use on my and wife machine.

    Still need to refile as I was tested for SA while on AD and test inclusive duhh ask me to go to bed at 9 o’clock and know you have peeps watching ya. I couldn’t sleep. And records are vague on input. This was. Late 90s, but am looking into it as part of my disability.

    Just frustrating sometimes. I joined to proudly serve and I did for 20 years. “Free medical and dental” for life. That seems to be getting worse each year. I won’t get started on that. Still remember someone I don’t care for say “well they volunteered, they should pay more”.

    Appreciate the input everyone. Wishing ya all a blessed Thanksgiving and the best this holiday season and ahead. God bless all of ya and thanks. Seabees CAN DO.

    Will update was I lean more on getting the machine. I can’t wait another 6 months. And washing hose it still is not air dry by night. It’s useless.

    These machines are a necessity. Look forward to getting a new hose and mask. Like a new car smell.

  25. How are these reviews? Which is deemed good and which is not. Looks like a narrative i.e. (ad) for two machines. Not very useful.

  26. I received the cpap cleaner and The DR, told my husband not to use it as he has copd, and other ailments in which this would be harmful. I need to return this to you as we are Seniors. I have told my Credit card that I have disputed this purchase, Please send me the address and how to return this product back to you... they gave me your phone number. I left a message and have not heard from you. Please contact me with this return information. Thank you for your help Virginia Smith

  27. A word of warning, silicone rubber (mask seal), epdm rubber (hose fittings) and polyethylene (hose) are all extremely sensitive to accelerated ageing when exposed to either UV light or Ozone. I would expect to see crazing, hardening and splitting after a few months of regular exposure to these cleaning methods.

    Stick to vinegar, soap and water is my advice and spend the money you save on your significant other!

    1. Good Day Clive,

      Thank you for your question. I can only speak regarding the SoClean and our recommended sanitation process. While white vinegar is often used as a household cleaning agent. For most uses, dilution with water is recommended for safety and to avoid damaging the surfaces being cleaned. Vinegar is highly acidic. The smell can bother some people and, because it is a liquid, it may leave moisture behind. The SoClean can be used to maintain your equipment daily without water or disassembly. Please follow your manufacturer's recommended instructions for periodic hand washing to remove any residue that naturally occurs. The Neutralizing Pre-Wash can be used prior to the first use of your SoClean 2 or when introducing new sleep equipment to your system. You can also use the Pre-Wash to clean the parts of your sleep equipment regularly as recommended by the manufacturer. The Pre-Wash is a fragrance-free cleaning solution that neutralizes any pre-existing odors from detergents and removes any residue from the manufacturing process. You can find step-by-step instructions here: https://www.soclean.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/PreWash_Instruct_UNIV_0617.pdf (scroll down for English version).

      Thank you,
      Christine-SoClean

  28. I also am a retired Navy Combat Veteran with 90% service connected benefits. I use a CPAP machine (respironics dream Machine) as well the SoClean product. However I was advised by my trusted Respiratory Therapist not to use the SoClean as it will cause degradation to my equipment and clean it using the manufacture recommendations as in their experience ( and they take care of thousands of Veterans CPAP needs). The SoClean product changes the O2 (oxygen) to 03 (trioxygen called Ozone) which then deodorize and sanitize those hard to reach places on your equipment, making sure you get a greater than 99.9% kill rate of bacteria, viruses and molds. The issue is that the O3 (which is now an oxidant and harmful if bereathed ) causes oxidation to occur and degrades the equipment. The Silicone seals on the machine and my mask have now become discolored and are become hard and significantly decrease the life of the equipment. I am currently working with SoClean to resolve this issue. Unfortunately I am unable to post a few picture so you can see. Just something to be aware of. Usually the Military Health is very up on the latest research and technology way before the civilian population, as they are a not for profit entity.

    1. Good Day Skip,

      Some masks naturally change color as they age, even without the use of the SoClean 2. While Activated Oxygen (ozone) is compatible with the common types of materials used in masks, in some cases, the SoClean 2 may accelerate this process, especially if your mask is wet or if any oils or lotions from your face are on the mask when you run your SoClean 2. Please be sure to use SoClean wipes daily on your mask to remove any natural oils and ensure the mask is dry before operating your SoClean 2.
      Activated Oxygen (ozone) is compatible with many of the common materials found in masks such as silicone, acrylic and polycarbonate. Activated Oxygen is not compatible with natural rubbers, nylon, memory foam, and other materials not commonly found in masks. If you have questions regarding your mask materials, please contact your DME.

      Thank you,
      Christine-SoClean

    1. Hi all! I use a Rescomf Cpap cleaner. It works great(takes 25min), it's portable and best of all, it's only $25...it uses ozone(activated oxygen) to clean...it's about the size of 2 decks of cards stacked. Remove the hose from your machine leaving your mask attached, plug your hose onto it and it cleans the hose and mask. If you want to clean the machine, just leave the hose connected to the machine, remove the mask and plug the hose in. It takes about 25 min for each. Boom! Done!
      Check it out on eBay! Don't spend the big bucks....this little machine works great! (The same as the VirtuClean at a fraction of the cost)

    2. Hello Sobia,

      The SoClean 2 costs $348. The Check Valve and Filter need to be replaced every six months of regular daily use. Your machine is programmed to tell you precisely when these replacements are needed. These items are sold together in a kit for $30 https://www.soclean.com/product/cartridge-filter-kit-soclean-2/. As for insurance, the SoClean 2 is HSA/FSA approved and the eligible product list number is: #9274. Please contact your insurance company for more details.

      Thank you,
      Christine-SoClean

  29. I have been fighting them for over 15 years on a disability claim, and VFW ,VVA, AL, all were of no help.
    I finally lost the will to fight them anymore, and gave up.
    VA doesn't give a rats ass for vets that deserve help. The Agent Orange settlement in the 70's was pure politics. Now if you get type 2 diabetes after the agent orange disability, you get even more money. A guy I know did 2 tours in Nam and was never anywhere near agent orange, but he got full disability, and even though his entire family has a history of diabetes he got more money for that1 It's a total disgrace on the part of VA and the feds.

  30. Retired Navy Vet here as well, and thank my brothers and sisters that served and are serving.

    The VA gave me a CPAP machine and supplies, I normally have to remind them to send me new hose and pillows and filters, however am thankful the VA here in SC is dang awesome. More than I can say of the one in Southern VA east coast outside of Suffolk, won’t say the name . Resentful place it was.

    Strange thing is my wife has a CPAP, and she gets new hoses and pillows and filters like every 2 months. I literally went over 14 months without getting a new one. And would use her old one. Wife also gets the size nasal pillows she needs not a box of 3 and u use one size. Have a lot of new masks to donate.

    Got side tracked, and I a am interested in these machines. I don’t have the time or desire to clean everyday. And I do travel.

    And can I use one cleaner for 2 machines? Not sure if Tricare will cover this. Sucks having to wear them at night. 200-300$ isn’t pocket change for many.

    So how good they are I would like to know.

    Is it a good deal or buy used from someone online?

    Can one machine be used for multiple masks.

    Don’t mind the 30$ a year for supplies. Just want to know if machine is worth it.

    Thoughts?

    1. Dear Alan D,
      Thank you for your service. My husband is a Viet Nam Navy Vet, now with Agent Orange issues and sleep apnea. Same issues here with VA and CPAP machine! I'd love to know what your learn from these posts! he is in Assisted Living now for dementia and severe diabetes and getting the CPAP clean and the parts replaced regularly is a challenge!
      Good wishes to you.
      Stella

    2. Hello Alan,

      Thank you for your service & Thank you for asking! We do not recommend sharing a SoClean.

      The SoClean is designed to stay connected to one CPAP machine. You can clean two CPAP machines; however, you will need to disconnect and reconnect your CPAP equipment. This would be extremely cumbersome and not recommended.

      Please feel free to contact us directly with any additional questions: (866) 501-3705

      Thank you

    1. So Clean does not require other daily cleaning while the others are for cleaning in addition to your other daily cpap and supply cleaning

      1. Hello Ann,

        The SoClean 2 will not remove facial oil or other organic materials from your mask. You will need to wipe it off with unscented wipes from time to time and/or use the Neutralizing Pre-Wash provided regularly.

        Thank you,
        Christine

    2. Good Day Merry,

      We tested different technologies when developing the SoClean device and found that UV light in this application was limiting in that it causes shadowing and left many surfaces untouched. Activated Oxygen (ozone), as a gas, gets to even hard-to-reach areas. We welcome the opportunity to answer any aditional questions, please contact customer care at 866-501-3705 for further assistance.

      Thank you,
      Christine

      1. Christine: That may be true but ResMed warranty specifically excludes damage done by ozone. Not sure what damage ozone may do but customers should be aware of this.

  31. I am interested with Lumen Sanitizing device. Just want to know if it is battery operated and
    If the operation will not satisfy the buyer it can return. I need also the telephone number of the
    supplier.m

  32. I am a Honorable discharged Navy Veteran and it would be very helpful and healthy to have a CPAP cleaner but the VA states we can not have one. And to all you vets THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE!!!!!!

    1. Lamar Peterson,
      I am researching the CPAP cleaning machines for my husband and I came across your posting. I wanted to THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE! Also to say it's wrong that our government doesn't cover the cost of this cleaner and many other health supplies and medical needs for the men and women that have put there lives at risk to keep our country safe. Safe for those government officials that make health care so expensive and unreachable to so many. Funny (NOT) how those same government officials receive the best health care available and at our expensive.
      I THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

      1. I am a disabled vet as well and the VA signed me up in 2015 to receive the CPAP supplies (mask, filter, hose) for free. If you require additional medical needs such as a full time nurse to clean these for you if you are an amputee or 100% disabled; I suggest going back to your VA Representative as you may be eligible to be signed up for a $3,000 stipend...or have your home altered to allow you the ability to move a wheel chair through the door ways. Many Americans feel the same way Christine that the VA does not care for our Vets...they do! Us Disabled Vets also receive either portions of our retirement tax free...or are given extra money that is not tax deductible or considered income so it may be used to cover medical costs.

  33. Sorry gang, I checked with United Health Care 6-20-19 and they said they don't cover SoClean. I'm sure SoClean is working hard to meet all the Federal requirements necessary to get approved by Medicare and once that happens, I'm sure we'll see even more SoClean advertisements; but there's nothing we or our doctors can do to be of assistance.

    1. Good Day Aqualung,

      Thank you for your inquiry. As for insurance, the SoClean 2 is HSA/FSA approved and the eligible product list number is: #9274. Please contact your insurance company for more details. As our organization works towards full insurance coverage approval we will be sure to keep our customers informed.

      Thank you,
      Christine-SoClean

    1. Does Medicare provide coverage and does my United Health Medical insurance cover the Soclean machine?

      1. Hello Buddy,

        The SoClean is not typically covered by insurance, please contact your insurance company directly for a definitive answer. You can use your HSA or FSA account. The eligible product list number is: #9274.

        Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions: (866) 501-3705

        Thank you,
        Christine Pefine

    2. Hello Y,

      The SoClean is not typically covered by insurance, please contact your insurance company directly for a definitive answer. You are able to use a HSA or FSA account. The eligible product list number is: #9274.

      Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions: (866) 501-3705

      Thank you,
      Christine Pefine

    3. Hello Y,

      At this time the SoClean 2 is not covered by health insurance as it is considered a luxury item. However, you can use your HSA or FSA account to purchase the SoClean 2, allowing you to pay for your SoClean 2 with money deducted from your paycheck before income taxes are calculated. The eligible product list number is: #9274. Additionally, we offer a financing option with monthly payments as low as $29. You can learn more about it on our website https://www.soclean.com/ or contact customer care at 866-501-3705.

      Thank you,
      Christine

    4. Hello Y,

      The SoClean is not typically covered by insurance, please contact your insurance company directly for a definitive answer. You can use your HSA or FSA account. The eligible product list number is: #9274.

      Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions: (866) 501-3705

      Thank you,
      Christine-SoClean

    1. Hello Robert,

      Thank you for your interest in SoClean. Please feel free to contact us directly. We provide different financing options to fit your needs. (866) 501-3705

      Thank you,
      Christine

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