Yes, you can use your spacer for both HFA inhalers. Here are some tips you might find helpful if you are using your spacer frequently:
Cleaning Your Spacer:
Take the spacer apart.
Gently move the parts back and forth in warm water using a mild soap. Never use high-pressure or boiling hot water, rubbing alcohol or disinfectant.
Rinse the parts well in clean water.
Do not dry inside of the spacer with a towel as it will cause static. Instead, let the parts air dry (for example, leave them out overnight).
Put the spacer back together.
Only use your spacer with a pressurized inhaler, not with a dry-powder inhaler.
Spray only one puff into a spacer at a time.
Use your spacer as soon as you've sprayed a puff into it.
Never let anyone else use your spacer.
Keep your spacer away from heat sources.
If your spacer has a valve that is damaged, or if any other part of the spacer is damaged, do not use it. The spacer will have to be replaced.
Some spacers have a whistle. Your technique is fine if you do not hear the whistle. However, if you hear the whistle, this means you should slow your breath down.
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