Replacement mouthpiece for the Snoozeal device. Available to buy in the UK, EU and Canada. Not currently available in the USA.
The mouthpiece should be cleaned before and after every use and replaced after 3 months of first use.
The mouthpiece should be cleaned before and after each use. Use tap (potable) water to clean the mouthpiece. Dry with a clean towel and store in a dry place. DO NOT clean with alcohol-based cleaning solutions.
Further information can be found on the Snoozeal website in the frequently asked questions section. Last updated June 2020.
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