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How to Clean Your Brace

If your brace is getting dirty, here are some instructions on how to keep it clean.

  1. Read the manufacturer's instructions: Always check the manufacturer's cleaning recommendations for your specific brace. Some materials or components may require special care or handling.
  2. Gather cleaning supplies: You'll need mild soap or detergent, a soft cloth or sponge, a small brush (like a toothbrush), and clean water. Avoid using bleach, harsh chemicals, or abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the brace.
  3. Remove any detachable parts: If your brace has removable pads or straps, take them off before cleaning.
  4. Hand wash the brace: Mix a small amount of mild soap or detergent in lukewarm water. Using the soft cloth or sponge, gently clean all surfaces of the brace, paying attention to any grooves or hard-to-reach areas. Use the small brush for stubborn dirt or grime.
  5. Clean removable parts: Wash any removable pads or straps separately, following the same method as the brace. You may also be able to machine wash these parts on a gentle cycle, but always check the manufacturer's instructions first.
  6. Rinse thoroughly: Rinse the brace and any removable parts with clean water to remove all soap residue. Make sure you get rid of all suds to avoid skin irritation.
  7. Air dry: Pat the brace and any removable parts dry with a clean towel. Then, allow them to air dry completely, ideally in a well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight. Do not use heat sources like hair dryers, heaters, or direct sunlight to speed up the drying process, as this may damage the brace.
  8. Reassemble the brace: Once all parts are dry, reassemble the brace according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  9. Regular maintenance: To prevent buildup of dirt and odor, clean your brace regularly, ideally after every few uses. Additionally, consider using a fabric or sports spray to help control odor between cleanings.

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