Tips For Hearing Aid Care July 06 2016
The main way to do this is to protect your hearing aids from heat, wax, and moisture.
Protecting your hearing aids from heat is fairly easy.
Don't expose them to direct sunlight, and never leave them in your car or anywhere else where they might be subjected to extreme temperatures.
Also, keep your hearing aids away from moisture.
You can use a product like Super Dri-Aid (available here) to keep your hearing aids dry.
It's a good idea to remove them if you'll be exercising vigorously or engaging in any other type of activity which will cause you to sweat excessively.
Clean your hearing aids every night when you take them out.
Wipe them down with a soft, dry cloth and inspect the part that fits in your ear canal to see if any wax has accumulated.
If it has, use a hearing aid brush and pick to gently remove the wax.
NEVER use any type of alcohol or cleaning solvent for cleaning, as solvents can be very harmful to the material the hearing aid is made of.
Hairsprays and hair gels can also harm the material and can cause clogging just like wax can.
If you follow these simple tips you can keep your hearing aid working properly for years to come.
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