How to use a blower tool to removed moisture build-up in hearing aid tubing

This hearing aid cleaning tutorial is for hearing aids using standing tubing. Learn how to use a blower tool to remove a build up of wax or moisture from the tubing in order to keep the hearing aid working properly. Blower tools are available for purchase at any of our offices.

How to use a battery tester

Not sure if your hearing aid battery is fresh, partially charged, or dead? This video will demonstrate how to use a hearing aid battery tester. Learn how to use this simple tool to determine if your batteries are still good, or if it’s time to recycle them. Battery testers are available for purchase at any of our offices.

How to use Oticon ‘No Wax’ Wax Guard system

This hearing aid cleaning tool is for use with Oticon hearing aids that use the ‘No Wax’ wax guard system. Use this simple cleaning tool with your Oticon hearing aids to keep them free from wax build up which may cause them to seem weak or dead. Contact us if you’re not sure which wax guard system your hearing aids require.

Using a wax pick cleaning tool

This hearing aid cleaning tool is for use with all daily wear hearing aids, no matter the style. Use this simple cleaning tool to keep your hearing aids free from wax build up which may cause them to seem weak or dead. Remember, wax and moisture are the most common hearing aid problems.

Using Unitron and Phonak wax guards

This hearing aid cleaning tool is for use with most Unitron and Phonak hearing aids. Use this simple cleaning tool with your Unitron or Phonak hearing aids to keep them free from wax build up which may cause them to seem weak or dead. Contact us if you’re not sure which wax guard system your hearing aids require.

Using Oticon ‘Wax Stop’ wax guards

This hearing aid cleaning tool is for use with Oticon hearing aids that use the ‘Wax Stop’ wax guard system. Use this simple cleaning tool with your Oticon hearing aids to keep them free from wax build up which may cause them to seem weak or dead. Contact us if you’re not sure which wax guard system your hearing aids require.