Caring for your hearing aids doesn’t take a lot of work and isn’t time-consuming. We recommend using the soft brush we supply to keep your earpiece clean and free of buildup. Each night when putting your hearing aids away, it’s good to wipe them down with the microfiber cloth that comes with your new instruments. It’s good to put them in the hard case supplied with your purchase or to recharge them each night if you’ve chosen devices with rechargeable batteries.
Some patients like the added protection of drying units. A drying unit has a small electric fan that pulls air through the dryer and gently warms the air as well. A drying cartridge in the unit provides additional moisture reduction and costs about a penny a day.