This Tube Cleaning System with Hanger by AG Products, although on first impressions looks a basic flimsy gadget, it's actually very handy for cleaning and drying the hoses. It is primarily designed for the standard 22 mm hoses, but can also work well with most of the slimmer ones too. The added hose caps could also be used to bung the ends of the hoses when not in use to keep out dust, animal hairs etc.
It is very easy to put together and contains both a top hook and rubber sucker to give the choice of how to secure it. There are 2 plastic stoppers for placing over the ends of the hose when filling with the desired cleaning solution and leaving it to soak, and there are also 2 little clips to hang these stoppers on.
People will find their own way of preferred use, and there is also a demonstration on the video, but the basic idea is to place the stopper on one end of the hose and fill with cleaning solution of your choice, then place the other stopper on the opposite end of the hose and you can then safely swish the hose around without spilling the solution. If you'd like to soak the solution inside the hose you can then hang the hose with the stoppers pointing upwards. After soaking, empty the contents and hang the hose upside down to drain and dry.
Image showing hanging the hose from a door frame before and after washing
22 mm Standard Tubing: As stated previously, this was primarily made for 22 mm standard tubing with rubber cuffs so that the stoppers will fit snugly and the width of the tubing is exactly correct to hold the hose in place when hanging to dry. If the ends of the 22 mm hose are made from hard plastic, the stoppers may not fit as snugly.
15 mm Slim Tubing: If the tubing has rubber end cuffs the stoppers will fit snugly, but again, if the hose has hard plastic ends then the stoppers may not fit snugly. Due to the slimmer width of the 15 mm tubing it will not be wide enough to fit the bridge for soaking the tube so tweaks may be needed. However, it will slot over the bridge to hang it to dry.
22 mm Heated Tubing: In most cases, heated tubing has a special adapter at one end of the hose so the stopper will not fit here. This 22 mm tubing will fit well though to soak or dry.
15 mm Heated Tubing: In most cases, heated tubing has a special adapter at one end of the hose so the stopper will not fit here. Due to the slimmer width of the 15 mm tubing it will not be wide enough to fit the bridge for soaking the tube so tweaks may be needed. However, it will slot over the bridge to hang it to dry.