As with most electronic technology, it’s best to keep your hearing aids as dry as possible. Thankfully, most modern hearing aids are moisture-resistant, which means that sweating during a heavy workout or taking a walk through a light rain aren't issues that will require any sort of intervention on your part. However, accidents happen. Luckily, it’s easier than you may imagine to forget you’re wearing your hearing aids and jump into the shower. What do you do then? Here are our tips for drying out your hearing aids.
First things first: don’t panic. It’s quite possible that this situation is entirely salvageable. Here's what you do.
Once your hearing aids have dried out completely, return the batteries and try your hearing aids out. It’s highly likely that they’ll be working just like they did before. If you do notice any changes, however, don’t hesitate to book an appointment with your hearing specialist. They’ll be able to tell you if your hearing aids need any repairs. Hopefully, that won’t be the case and this guide on how to dry out your hearing aids is all you’ll need to keep your hearing devices safe and working peoperly for years to come.