Tips to maintain your hearing aids.
While sometimes more thorough forms of maintenance are needed, follow these quick tips to maintain your hearing devices.

  • Get the proper tools:   There are simple tools to use when cleaning hearing aids, like a soft cloth and a soft dry toothbrush, which serves to clear wax build-up at the end of the device where sound comes out.  Large amount of earwax or skin can clog the speaker of a hearing aid, causing it to appear dead.
  • Clean the device at the end of the day:  It is generally advised to clean the device at the end of the day.
  • Avoid using chemicals:  Cleaning wipes with chemicals or alcohol should be avoided when cleaning hearing aids as they could damage the device.
  • Follow a daily routine:  It's also a good idea to apply hair products, such as sprays, gels or creams, before putting on the hearing device.  Additionally, any face washing should be done while the hearing aid is out to avoid any unwanted moisture or cleaning product from getting on the device.
Electronics hate moisture, and so do your hearing instruments.
Maintain peak performance, reduce repairs, and enjoy better sound quality - it's easy, with Dry & Store®.
All types of hearing instruments benefit - traditional hearing aids as well as cochlear implant equipment, tinnitus maskers, ear buds, in-ear monitors, and more.
Have you ever experienced fuzzy or distorted sound, weakness, static, indeterminacy, short battery life, or even all-out failure of your hearing aids? There's a good chance that the culprit is either moisture or earwax.
In fact, manufacturers report that as many as one-half of the aids they receive for repair are malfunctioning due to moisture or earwax. Remove moisture, dry earwax, and deodorize your hearing instruments. The Global model even kills germs, thanks to its UV-C germicidal lamp.
For most users, results include: Fewer repairs, better sound quality, relief from itchy ears, longer battery life, fresh and clean hearing aids.
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