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What bottle brush do you use to clean a Waterpik SWI 615 Sinusense Water Pulsator?

The instructions specify a "bottle brush" but they don't specify which kind. I'd like to get this right considering I use this thing to shoot water up my nose.

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Any bottle brush will do if it fits into the unit to do the job. If the bristles are polyester or another kind of plastic it will not absorb bacteria. Wash and rinse the brush well after use and don't use it for anything else.

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Keeping an item dry is the best way to kill bacteria. Antibacteria soaps will just help create a super bacteria or super virus. It will just make things worse over time.
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