Frequent question: How do you clean a snorkel tube?

How do you clean a snorkel mask and tube?

Method 1: Bleach and Warm Water

  1. Step 1: Dilute a single tablespoon of bleach in a bucket of water and mix the solution thoroughly.
  2. Step 2: Place your snorkel and mask into the bucket of water, swishing it around using a gloved hand.
  3. Step 3: Allow the breathing tube (J-tube) to sit in the water for 30 minutes.

How do you clean a moldy snorkel?

Cleaning your snorkel and scuba gear with vinegar is a safe way to get rid of mold.

  1. Mix equal parts vinegar with water. …
  2. Submerge the snorkel in the vinegar, making sure that all surfaces have been exposed to it.
  3. Let sit for 30 – 60 minutes.
  4. Remove the snorkel and rinse with warm water.

What do you clean snorkel gear with?

After each snorkeling excursion, whether in ocean, pool, or lake, we recommend cleaning all of your gear with warm fresh water and a mild soap or detergent. Typically, a bit of dish soap and warm water is all you would need.

How do you clean a yellow snorkel?

How to Clean a Snorkel Mask in 5 Minutes

  1. Shake the mask to remove any loose sand or debris.
  2. Rinse with fresh water.
  3. Apply toothpaste (not gel) to the mask lens.
  4. Using a soft-bristled toothbrush or clean cloth, gently clean the mask lens inside and out.
  5. Rinse thoroughly with clear water.
  6. Dry with a soft cloth.
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How long do snorkel masks last?

Snorkeling masks will typically last 3-5 years if used frequently. They may last up to 10 years when in dark and dry storage, but sun, sand and saltwater result in deterioration of the silicone around the face skirt when used often.

How do you maintain snorkel gear?

Long-Term Storage

  1. Soak your snorkel, mask and fins in warm, soapy water to rid any salt or grime accumulation.
  2. Go over the snorkel and mask with a gentle, bristled toothbrush, cleaning as much as you can, and then rinsing all over again in freshwater.
  3. Rinse fins and check for lingering debris in the foot pockets.