Widex Cerustop Wax Guards
Protects from ear wax and dust entering the canal section of the hearing aid.
For the best performance of your hearing aid, make sure that the wax filters are always clean and replaced regularly.
If your hearing aid is weak or silent and if wax is visible in the wax guard then it’s time to change the wax guard!
How to use the Widex Cerustop wax filters:
1) If your hearing aid has a dome, take the dome off before changing the wax guard
2) Use the end of the stick, on which there is a pin, to remove the used wax guard. Push the pin in the used wax guard and slowly pull it out to release and remove the used wax guard.
3) The new wax guard will already be mounted on the other end of the stick. Use it to place the new wax guard safely into the speaker/receiver of your hearing aid. Gently push to make sure it is fitted correctly.
4) Remove the tool slowly and it should come up without the new wax guard which is now safely inserted. Your hearing aid is ready to be used again.
On average, wax filters will need to be changed every two weeks but depending on how much wax your ears produce and how much you wear your hearing aids, you may have to change the wax guard every week or once a month. You must inspect the wax guard every day and give your hearing aid a daily good brush too.
Our ears canal produce wax. That’s a natural and normal process. If wax accumulates around your hearing aid then the quality of the sound you hear will be reduced and the hearing aid might simply stop working.
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