Maintenance products

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Hearing aids dehumidifier (once a week)

Remove harmful moisture from hearing aids

The dehumidifier helps prevent excessive humidity. It is recommended to use it once a week when humidity levels are high. Humidity and perspiration build up in the hearing aid and reduce the battery’s life expectancy as well as the sensitivity of the hearing aid and may cause other problems. A hearing aid malfunction is often caused by humidity.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1- Before going to bed, clean your hearing aids (and earmolds, if you’re using them) with the hearing aids and earmolds cleaner and disinfectant.

2- Remove the batteries from their compartments.

3- Place hearing aids on the foam disk.

4- Replace lid and close tightly.

Note: Leave your hearing aids in the dehumidifier cup overnight. Replace the capsule when it is pale. The duration of use is about 2 months.

Do not open or break the capsule. Do not put hearing aids in a microwave or conventional oven.

Anti-itching lotion (60ml) (if needed)

Ear hygiene solution

The anti-itching lotion prevents and soothes itching in the ear most often associated with wearing hearing aids or ear-molds. This lotion will leave you with a feeling of freshness and well-being.

Glycerin-based lubricant (30ml)

The glycerin-based lubricant allows for easy insertion of hearing aids and earmolds.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Apply small amount of lubricant around the “canal” portion of the earmolds/hearing aids.

WARNING :

Do no apply lubricant in the outlet holes of the earmolds/hearing aids. For extenal use only.

Keep out of reach of children.

Ingredients : sodium carboxmethyl-cellulose, 1,2-propyleneglycol, glycerine and phenylmercuric nitrate.

Hearing aids and earmolds cleaner and disinfectant (once a day)

Easy to use, this disinfectant vaporizer is designed to clean your hearing aids. A daily cleaning will considerably reduce risks of infection and repair costs of your hearing aids.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Spray a small amount of solution onto tissue or soft paper and wipe hearing aids or earmolds clean. Never spray directly onto hearing aids or immerse hearing aids in solution.

WARNING:

Contains cationic surfacants and mild cleaning agents. May cause eye and skin irritation. Harmful if swallowed. In case of eye contact, flush with water for at least 15 minutes and call a physician. For skin contact, wash with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse. If swallowed, drink egg whites or a gelatine solution or if these are not available, drink large quantities of water. Call a physician immediately.

Keep out of reach of children.

Wax loop (once a day)

Ear wax is the enemy of hearing aids as it builds up in the receiver’s output. It can mask sound and make your hearing aids inoperative. To remove wax around the receiver’s output you can use the wax loop.

NOTICE:

If you cannot remove the wax gently, ask for your audioprosthesist’s help. Never use the wax loop in the output of the microphone as this may permanently damage it.

Small brush (once a day)

The small brush is used to remove ear wax and other small particles from the external components of your hearing aid and more specifically at the receiver’s output. This will give your hearing aids a clean and shiny aspect.

NOTICE:

Never use the brush inside the microphone as this may damage it.

Earmold air blower

Removes moisture and foreign matter form earmold and tubing.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1- Detach earmold and tubing from hearing aid.

2- Insert nozzle into earmold tubing.

3- Pump air through tubing.

4- Replace earmold and tubing on hearing aid.