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Learn more about cleaning and care: ear hygiene with hearing aids, how to properly clean and care for your In-the-ear or your Behind-the-Ear hearing aids. Remove your hearing aids before showering bathing or swimming. Due to the high ambient humidity, you should not leave the devices in the bathroom.

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cleaning your hearing aids
Cleaning your hearing aids

Source: Hearing Solutions

learn how to clean your hearing aid
Learn How To Clean Your Hearing Aid
  • Whenever you used to purchase new Hearing Aid cleaning tools firstly consult with your specialist or audiologist.
  • Never wipe on the microphone part of hearing aid
  • Number of cleaning tool available in market like multi-tool, brush, wax pick and wire loop.
  • You should clean your hearing aid regularly or even before bedtime.
  • Always clean your Hearing Aid with soft, dry cloth.
  • Never use alcohol, solvent and cleaning agents.
tips for cleaning hearing aid
Tips for cleaning hearing aid
  • Clean your hearing aids on a daily basis: Prevent it by wax clogging. You should gently clean it with a soft, dry towel each day. Alcohol, cleaner liquid or cleaning products cause damage.
  • Protect from moisture or water: Remove it from your ear before taking a shower, bath or swimming. Due to high moisture levels, you should not leave it in the bathroom. Store it in their storage case and keep somewhere cool and dry place to avoid condensation, overheating and moisture.
  • Open battery door at night: Open your hearing aid battery door at night to allow air to flow through the device. So that all moisture get dry and also add the benefit of preserving battery life. Before opening the door of battery, follow all instructions of hearing device as some may require reactivation or replacement parts after a certain amount of usage.
  • Keep away from kids and pets: These machines are small in size and kids used to take everything in the mouth. Hence it better to keep it away from kids as well as pets.
hearing aid cleaning tools
Hearing Aid cleaning tools
  • NanoClean Hearing Aid Cleaners
  • 5-in-1 Hearing Aid Cleaner Kit
  • Wax pick and wire loop
  • Hearing Aid Cleaning Brushes
  • Audiowipes Disinfectant Towelettes
  • Hearing Aid Disinfecting Spray
  • Jodi-Vac Hearing Aid Vacuum Cleaner
hearing aid technology
Hearing Aid Technology
  • improvement in programmability
  • greater in fitting
  • management of loudness discomfort
  • control of acoustic feedback
  • noise reduction
  • Bluetooth compatibility
  • Binaural processing
  • Learning features
  • Data logging
how to clean behind the ear hearing aid bte
How to clean Behind The Ear Hearing Aid (BTE)
  • Cleaning the speaker unit and shell
  • As a general rule, clean your hearing aids each day with a soft, dry cloth. Make sure your hands are clean and dry before handling your aids.
  • Important notice!
  • Do not use water, cleaning fluids, solvents or alcohol, as these could damage your hearing aids.