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How Should You Store And Clean Your Phoenix Acoustic Wave Device?

Updated: Jan 15


How Should You Store And Clean Your Phoenix Acoustic Wave Device?

Whether you just got your Phoenix or have already begun your first treatment cycle, you’re probably wondering how you should store and clean your acoustic wave device. After all, you paid almost $900 dollars for it and you want to make sure you take care of it.


Think of it like a car or computer. Computers get dusty and Cars need a car wash every now and then. Cleaning The Phoenix is important after every use so that you can preserve the device for the years to come.


You’re not going to use all 70 treatments at once…That’s the benefit of owning an at-home acoustic wave device like The Phoenix.

the phoenix acoustic wave therapy device

If you’re the average guy with ED and have already used The Phoenix for your first 12 treatments (first cycle in the first month) and have seen the benefits of acoustic wave therapy, you’re probably in the “rest month” phase where angiogenesis is taking place.


You’re probably more aware of your harder erections when having sex with your partner, or are more aware of the spontaneity in your erections overall, etc.


During this time (the rest phase) you’re not going to use The Phoenix again until at least the 1-2 year mark depending on your overall health. Or if you have a more severe case of ED (again everyone is different), then you might add on another treatment cycle after the 30 days of rest.


But, what do you do with it after you're done? BDE Style has some good cleaning tips for you. And storing it is simple. We’ll explain in this short guide below.

Cleaning The Phoenix Device After Every Acoustic Wave Treatment

Cleaning The Phoenix Device After Every Acoustic Wave Treatment

Yes, clean it after every use. A good tip that I’ve experimented with when cleaning my Phoenix device is using a Q-tip.


You may have noticed that when using the device you’ll see a blackish powder when removing the nose cone of The Phoenix and seeing the piston tip or inside have this.

cleaning the phoenix with a q-tip

Just so you know, this is normal. The internal components are working together an