Here are a few tips to ensure you enjoy the very best Easybreath® experience for as long as possible by using and looking after your snorkelling mask.
Just like with your sunglasses, make sure your Easybreath mask® doesn’t come into contact with sand as it scratches the glass of your mask.
- If some sand’s got in don’t press too hard to clip the snorkel in place. Rinse the snorkel and mask before fitting them together.
-Sand can also clog up the float valve in the snorkel.
Rinse the snorkel vigorously or use a key that you can slide through the rear vents of the snorkel to unblock the float valve and rinse the snorkel in order to remove the sand for good.
To ensure your Easybreath® enjoys a long life, hand wash it with washing-up liquid once a week (when you’re using it regularly) and then put it away in its net to let the air get to it.
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