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Hearing Aid Care at Home

Take a look at resources to help with daily hearing aid maintenance.

Resources for care and maintenance

Need a refresh on how to clean your hearing aids at home? What about changing the batteries? Follow our step-by-step video tutorials or simply have a look at our FAQs.

Video tutorials

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Cleaning your hearing aids

Learn how to properly clean your hearing aids at home.

Prolong hearing aid battery life

Learn how to get the most out of your batteries.

Troubleshoot common hearing aid issues

Hearing aids not working properly? Here are some steps to troubleshoot the issue.

Frequently asked questions

Find an answer to all your questions.

Battery life varies based on the battery size as well as active features being used throughout the day, such as wireless streaming and how often some features need to engage and disengage based on your environment. A lot of our hearing aids feature rechargeable batteries, which is extremely convenient! For more information about hearing aid batteries click here. 

Always take your hearing aids out before having a shower, bath or swimming, as moisture can damage the electronic components in your hearing aid. Nevertheless, you can keep hearing aids on during sport activities and home fitness. Your hearing specialist will advise you to remove the battery overnight, leaving the battery compartment open. A dehumidifier should be used regularly.

Regular cleaning and maintenance can extend the life of your hearing aids, ensuring you capture all the sounds of life every single day. You will need to ensure your hearing aids are clean and free of ear wax at all times. If you are cleaning your hearing aids, use a dry, soft cloth. You can read our step-bystep guides here.

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