How To Clean Your Enema Bucket

For Your Enema Bucket


Purelife Glass Enema Bucket

Soap and water, hydrogen peroxide, vinegar and water. Can be put into the dishwasher, but make sure you rinse the bucket with water after you remove from the dishwasher.

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Purelife Glass Enema Bucket Kit -1.5 Qt. - With Harness


Purelife USA 304 Stainless Steel Enema Buckets



Made of a very high quality 304 Food Grade Stainless Steel:  

You can wash it with vinegar and water , hydrogen peroxide and water, soap and water. Always rinse well with water.  You must dry the bucket thoroughly after you wash it, or toxic deposits from tap water could harm the stainless steel.  

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Stainless Steel Enema Kits




For Your Silicone Tubing


You Can Run The Following Through the Tubing


  • White Vinegar
  • Soap & Water
  • Hydrogen Peroxide


*PureLife "Silicone" Tubing Can Also Be Sterilized By -

  • Dropping Tubing Into Boiling Water For 4 Seconds. Then Remove.


** DO NOT BOIL Plastic Nozzles or Clamps


For Your Enema or Douche Nozzle Tips

Take a Q-Tip dipped in rubbing alcohol or vinegar or hydrogen peroxide and swab inside and outside of nozzles.


For Your Disposable Enema Colon Tube

The disposable colon tube is designed to be thrown away after 1-3 uses.  You may run soap and water or vinegar and water to clean it.


For Your Silicone Colon Tube

Vinegar and water, hydrogen peroxide and water, soap and water.  You may also boil a Purelife Silicone Colon Tube in boiling water for 3 second to sterilize.