The world’s first automated CPAP cleaner and sanitiser


SoClean kills 99.9% of CPAP germs and bacteria in your mask, hose and reservoir with no disassembly, no water, and no chemicals. It's the safer, healthier way to breathe cleaner.

How Does It Work?

Play the video to find out how the SoClean works.


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What our customers think...

  • WOW - what a difference! I put my SoClean machine together at the weekend and used it for the first time yesterday - wow - what a difference! After just one use I am amazed at the difference. I used to be a bad cleaner (once a month if I remembered) so wanted something that would do the chore for me. I wish I'd bought it sooner.I will be ordering some more of the soapy suds cos that was great too -- and ideal to take when away from home.
    Lisa Henley
  • Just love it! I found my SoClean very easy to set up as the instructions were clear and easy to understand. It’s setup next to my CPAP machine and so when I take my mask off in the morning I just put it straight into my SoClean and then that evening when I put it back on it's just great. The smell is fab and you know and feel that it is completely clean. Just love it.
    Phil Cone
  • I have now had my So Clean machine for over a month and I am absolutely delighted with it. It was easy to set up and it is a simple process to use it it each day. The results of cleaning the mask and CPAP machine are excellent - everything smells so fresh and clean. It is so much easier than the previous conventional cleaning and I wish I had one of these years ago.
    Terry Matthewson
  • I’ve been concerned for a long time about the possibility of my CPAP machine being a source of infection. I did clean my mask and reservoir daily and regularly replaced filters but cleaning the tubes was very much an as & when I could be bothered exercise. There has long been a nagging disquiet about a machine pumping pressurised air directly into me and the possibility of hidden "bugs". Also, I've had a nasty respiratory infection for over two months now so when I spotted your machine on the Hope2Sleep website it was a no-brainer. I do not pretend to understand the science of how it cleans but just trust that it does what it claims to do. I have much greater peace of mind and confidence that the CPAP machine is not a hiding place for bugs and, therefore, a source of infection.
    Michael Harding

Close the lid and go...


The SoClean stays attached to your CPAP device so the daily operation is simple. Just drop your mask into the chamber, place your hose in the cutout in the side of the SoClean, and close the lid.

At a predetermined time the SoClean will run its cycle ensuring that the Reservoir, Hose and Mask are all clean, dry and completely germ free.

When the indicator is green simply open the lid, remove your mask and enjoy clean and sanitised equipment.


Virtually all CPAP machines with a standard hose will work with the SoClean right out of the box. Some CPAP machines may need a specific adapter, particularly units with a heated hose. To see whether you need to have a special adapter to use the SoClean with your CPAP click on the link to the right.

Full Compatibility List

ResMed S9

ResMed Airsense 10

System One 60
(Heated Hose)

System One 60
(Non-Heated Hose)

600 Series


Key Features


Large Capacity Chamber

The Chamber is large enough to accommodate most of the CPAP masks on the market.

Left Hand Hose Slot

Your CPAP hose can enter the chamber on either the left or right side of the SoClean.

Large Display

The LCD screen shows the current time, the machine run time and the length of cycle. It also displays a variety of alerts, including when to change the filter.

Sealed Lid

When closed, the lid forms a seal against the frame of the machine. This ensures no ozone can escape during the sanitising process.

Right Side Hose Slot

Your CPAP hose can enter the chamber on the left or right side of the SoClean.

Coloured Indicator

The light under the display indicates the status of the machine. Red, The cycle is running, Amber, in the two hour waiting time, Green, your good to go...