Cleaning your hearing aid

A hearing aid is made up of several different parts, each of which will need regular cleaning to ensure maximum performance and lifespan for your device. If you need extra help you can contact your local expert who can help you through the process. 

We’ve created a simple step by step guide for each type of hearing aid so you can see how to keep your devices in the best possible condition to ensure an optimum listening experience.

Before cleaning your hearing aid, you should always make sure your hands are clean and dry, and carry out any maintenance over a soft surface at a table to avoid dropping it - they can be quite fiddly!

Caring for your ITE hearing aids

Use our easy step by step guide to cleaning your ITE (In the ear) hearing aid. If you need any additional help caring for your ITE hearing aids, contact your local Audiologist for further support and advice.
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Caring for your RIC hearing aids

Use our easy step by step guide to cleaning your RIC (Receiver In the ear) hearing aids. If you need any additional help caring for your RIC hearing aids, contact your local Audiologist for further support and advice.
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Caring for your BTE hearing aids with moulds

Use our easy step by step guide to cleaning your BTE (Behind the ear) hearing aids with moulds. If you need any additional help caring for your BTE hearing aids, contact your local Audiologist for further support and advice.
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Caring for your BTE openfitting hearing aids

Use our easy step by step guide to cleaning your BTE open fitting(Behind In the ear) hearing aid. If you need any additional help caring for your BTE hearing aids, contact your local Audiologist for further support and advice.
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