Kleer Ear is an ear cleanibg kit that consists of a battery-operated irrigation device, three adapter wands, 40 interchangeable soft tips, and a catch basin for water. It's specified that the tips can be used to help remove wax from virtually any person's ears, regardless of their age, and their design will help prevent these tips from getting stuck inside. Although this ear irrigation kit is meant to be used at home, it's stated that you should use it under a medical professional's guidance.
The cost of Kleer Ear is $29.99 plus $6.99 shipping for a total price of $36.98.
To get started with the Kleer Ear system, you'll need to open up its irrigation device's reservoir and fill it with water that's not extremely hot or cold. If you're not quite sure how to do this, consult your instruction manual, while keeping in mind that the reservoir will hold up to 210 milliliters of water.
Once your irrigation device is full, you can attach one of the three adapter wands to the device and then attach one of the 40 included tips to the wand.
You can complete this step yourself if you'd like, but it's best if two people are involved. Ideally, another person will hold the catch basin directly underneath one of your ears, while you insert the soft tip you added to your irrigation device into that ear. If you're working alone, you can hold the catch basin with your non-dominant hand and your device with the other hand.
Next, turn your irrigation device on by using the power button near the top. You'll notice that the tip of the device will begin gently pulsating in your ear, which is one of the actions that's meant to help remove any loose wax. Water will also begin spraying out of the tip, in three directions, to help the process along. If you want the pulsating action to be more extreme, press the button below the power button once to go from the low to the medium level. Press it once again to go from medium to high-level pulsating.
As your device pulsates, any wax that shouldn't be present will likely drain into the catch basin, while the basin also catches the water that's dripping out of your ear. After about one minute, you can check and see if your ear is clear, and if not, continue running the device for up to a few minutes or until the catch basin is full. Remember to turn it off with the power button when you're done.
Some ear irrigation systems only shoot out one stream of water, and besides potentially being painful, a single stream like this could also cause damage to a user's eardrum. On the other hand, the Kleer Ear system's irrigation device will shoot out three gentle streams of water that will travel at 30-degree angles, away from the eardrum. Aside from allowing them to avoid the eardrum, having the streams move at this particular angle will help them more effectively access loose wax within the ear and wash it away. Meanwhile, due to the flanged shape of the tips included with this system, you won't have to worry about your device's tip getting stuck in your ear as it does its work.
All of the pieces that make up the Kleer Ear system are fairly compact. Even the biggest piece, the irrigation device, isn't much bigger than a large tube of toothpaste. Therefore, the system won't take up a lot of space in your bedroom or bathroom. Similarly, you'll likely be able to fit it in your suitcase with your clothes when you want to bring it on a trip.
Each of these systems includes 40 soft, gentle tips that'll spray water into one or both of your ears. This means that even if you switch tips each time you make use of the system, you'll get 40 uses out of it before needing any replacement tips. For maximum cleanliness, it's best to get a new tip for each session, although you can use the same tip in both of your ears if you treat them within minutes of each other.
On a related note, it's specified that the tips that come with each Kleer Ear system can be safely used by people of all ages, including children. However, each person in a household who uses the system should use a different tip so that germs aren't passed around. For everyone's safety, each tip also contains a generously sized exit portal for water that will help prevent pressure from building up within anyone's ear.
Each irrigation device runs via a rechargeable battery, instead of electricity. Consequently, while you'll need to remember to keep the battery charged, you won't have to look around for an available electrical outlet each time you want to use the Kleer Ear system.
You should seek a doctor's advice before you start using a system like this, but after they've given you some guidance, you'll be able to use this system almost anywhere. Unless you have problems, you probably won't have to return to the doctor's office. Besides using the system at home, you may want to bring it to a hotel, a campsite, a cottage, or a friend or relative's house. That way, your ears will always be as clear as possible, so you'll be able to follow conversations and presentations more effectively than you'd otherwise be able to.
Many people use cotton swabs to clean their ears, but this can create a lot of trash, as you'll typically get only a single use out of each swab. Furthermore, if your technique is poor while you're using a cotton swab, you could push any loose wax further into your ear. Alternatively, you'll be able to use Kleer Ear dozens of times before you'll need any replacement tips, and the tips won't go far enough into the ear canal to push wax toward the eardrum.
While it's nice that a catch basin is included with each system to help catch water, the water could end up all over the floor below if the catch basin isn't held correctly. If you struggle to hold it in one hand while you operate your irrigation device with the other, or your helper accidentally moves it, you might end up wiping up water.
The inner reservoir of your irrigation device is meant to hold water only. Never fill it with a liquid of any other type, including baby oil, as this could damage the device and cause too much of a certain solution to travel into your ears.
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