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4 Tools That Will Keep Your Hearing Aid From Malfunctioning

If you are new to wearing a hearing aid, one of your concerns may be how you can keep your hearing aid clean. There are several tools you can use to get your hearing aid cleaned effectively. Here are some of the tools that you can purchase to help make cleaning easier so that your hearing aids will function properly at all times.

Mini Magnetic Brush

A mini magnetic brush is a brush with a magnet attached to it. It is one of the best ways to remove any foreign matter that is located in and around the microphone opening of your hearing aid. Its magnetic capabilities make it a great choice for hassle free removal of your hearing aid batteries. If the idea of a multi-purpose hearing aid tool appeals to you them a mini magnetic brush is the right choice for you.

Hearing Aid Picks

Sometimes ear wax can get into some hard to reach areas in your hearing aid. Hearing aid picks make it possible for you to remove this excess wax without causing damage to any of the sensitive areas in your hearing aid.

Forced Air Blower

Over time, moisture will often build up inside a hearing aid's tubing and this can cause damage to circuits in the hearing aid. You can help to eliminate moisture in your hearing aids tubing by using a forced air blower to remove it. A forced air blower can also remove foreign matter from your hearing aids ear molds as well as the tubing.

Key Chain Battery Tester

Key chain battery testers are designed to test the life of your hearing aid batteries very quickly. They are easy to use since all they require is that you insert the battery into them and push a button. A light indicator on the tester will tell you whether the battery is good or not. The key chain tester is a great addition to your hearing aid tool kit because it is multipurpose: most key chain testers come with a compartment where you can store extra batteries. This means that you will always have batteries on hand in case the ones in your hearing aid become drained.

Having the correct tools to properly take care of your hearing aid is one of the best ways to ensure that your hearing aid will not malfunction and that it will always be working whenever you need it.

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