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We’ll Spring Clean Your Hearing Aids
The flowers are blooming. The birds are chirping. And everyone is breaking out the duster to wage war on the dust bunnies that moved in over the winter.
If you’re sprucing up your house, clothes and other items this season, that’s great. But there’s one thing you probably shouldn’t attempt to clean yourself: Your hearing aids.
Patting them dry is fine, but hearing aids are delicate instruments that should only be cleaned by trained professionals to avoid damage.
Experts recommend having your hearing aids professionally cleaned every three months. This removes ear wax and other debris that could clog or damage your hearing aids and prevent them from working their best.
So this spring, clean your house to your heart’s desire. But leave the hearing aids to us.
Bring your devices in to Hearing and Balance Centers of West Tennessee for cleaning.