02 February 2024

Tips for keeping your hearing aids moisture-free

We all do our best to keep our hearing aids dry, but sometimes the unexpected happens. Just like any electronic device, frequent exposure to moisture and lack of proper cleaning and drying can lead to corrosion or other damage.

Keeping Your Hearing Aids Dry
It is best to store your hearing aids in a safe place in your bedroom overnight. Leaving them in the bathroom could expose them to more moisture. At the end of each day, clean them with a dry cloth to remove any excess moisture, dirt, dust, or earwax. You can leave the battery door open overnight so the hearing aid can dry thoroughly.

Hearing Aid Dryers
One of the easiest ways to dry your hearing aids is with a hearing aid dryer or dehumidifier. Dryers use fans, gentle heat, desiccants, or a combination of these to completely dry your hearing aids. You can also get hearing aids dryers that sanitise your devices with UV light. It's advisable to use a dryer if you’ve been caught in the rain or if the hearing aids have got wet. It’s best to dry your devices immediately if they’ve been soaked.

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