"A nasal aspirator is a medical device used to clear the nasal passages of infants, children, and adults. It is commonly used to treat congestion caused by colds, allergies, or sinus infections.
A typical nasal aspirator consists of a soft, flexible tube with a bulb or chamber at one end and a nozzle at the other. The bulb or chamber is used to create suction, while the nozzle is inserted into the nostril to remove mucus and other obstructions from the nasal passages. Latex-Free "
Gently squeeze the aspirator bulb before inserting the tip into the nose. Gently insert the tip into the nose while the bulb is squeezed. Release pressure on the bulb to suck out mucus. Disassemble, wash in warm soapy water, rinse in warm water and allow to dry.
"•Separate the tip from the bulb
•Wash both parts thoroughly in warm soapy water
•Rinse bulb and tip several times, squeeze out the excess water, and air dry
•Store in a cool dry place"