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To take full advantage of the Easybreath® experience in the long term, here are some tips and some advice on how best to use your snorkelling mask.
Avoid leaving your Easybreath® mask in the sand
As is the case of sunglasses, the Easybreath® mask must not be left in direct contact with grains of sand. There is a risk that they will scratch the lens of your mask and reduce visibility in the water.
In the same way, do not apply force when clipping the snorkel on if you feel the grains of sand are causing resistance. Simply rinse your Easybreath® snorkel and your snorkelling mask before clipping them together.
Tip: the sand can also block the float in the snorkel. Remember to check this point before going out snorkelling! Rinse the snorkel energetically. If this does not suffice, put a key through the aerations at the back of the snorkel. This simple action unblocks the float—then you just have to rinse your snorkel to eliminate the sand.
Rinse and wash your Easybreath®
To guarantee the effectiveness and the comfort of your Easybreath® mask in the long term, wash it by hand with a little wash product. Clean your mask once a week if you use it regularly. Then, put it away in its aerated net so that it dries and is stored in the best possible conditions.
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