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Signia miniReceiver Wax Guard

(30 customer reviews)

$6.95$45.97

Keep your hearing aids working in tip-top shape by replacing the Signia miniReceiver Wax Guards regularly. We recommend every 2-4 weeks, depending on how much wax you build up in the wax guard. Buy in bulk and save.

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Avoid costly repairs by replacing your minReceiver Wax Guard on your hearing aid. They are super simple to use with just two easy steps.  Made for Signia and Siemens hearing aids.

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miniReceiver Wax Guard

1 Pack, 2 Packs, 3 Packs, 5 Packs, 10 Packs

30 reviews for Signia miniReceiver Wax Guard

4.8
Based on 30 reviews
  1. Carl Rinderle (verified owner)

    Packages got here pretty much his scheduled. The question I have is I had two packages in one day that clearly to me could have been put in one package since how they were envelopes and weighed about a trillionth of an ounce each.

    • Jesse Hidalgo, BC-HIS (store manager)

      Carl,
      Thank you for the feedback. I’m not sure what happened there with the two packages. Our system shows we only shipped you 1 package. I wonder if the package got damaged with the shipper and they repacked it. Either way sorry for the confusion but happy you did receive your order.

  2. Bill Tillotson (verified owner)

    Exactly what I ordered👍 needed rubber cones but could not find them on your web site

  3. Eric S. (verified owner)

    Fast service with name brand parts!

  4. Joan Tardif (verified owner)

    Order received promptly and in great shape

  5. Joraine S. (verified owner)

    Excellent in everyway

  6. PATRICK THOMPSON (verified owner)

  7. Joe M. (verified owner)

  8. Bernie Stendebach (verified owner)

  9. Leo Indianer (verified owner)

  10. Michael Shaw (verified owner)

  11. Taylor Watts Jr. (verified owner)

    Good job

  12. James Henry (verified owner)

    Delivery was prompt with no surprises and as ordered !

  13. James DeForest (verified owner)

    Thanks

  14. Thomad Meyer (verified owner)

    Good service

  15. Thomas Murphy (verified owner)

    Worked perfect. !

  16. Walter (verified owner)

    Simple to use and come on time.

  17. Patricia Haylor (verified owner)

  18. Doug Hassler (verified owner)

    Still have not received the items

    • Jesse Hidalgo, BC-HIS (store manager)

      Doug, I see you received your package the next day. I am so sorry for the delay. I wish I could control the Post office or shipping vendors. Thank you for allowing us to serve you.

  19. Marshall R. (verified owner)

  20. Pam Welch

    Please demonstrate how to use these to take off the old wax guards replacing with a new one.

  21. Stephen E. (verified owner)

  22. Taylor Watts Jr. (verified owner)

  23. Marlin Menge (verified owner)

  24. Glen (verified owner)

    I received what I ordered in a timely manner!

  25. Lorraine (verified owner)

    Very prompt shipping!

  26. Brent Burkinshaw (verified owner)

    good price-fast shipping

  27. Gary Nulph (verified owner)

    Great price.

  28. Francis Mellon (verified owner)

    Easy to purchase and fast delivery

  29. Charles McCrady (verified owner)

    As advertised and works great . Fast shipping

  30. Steve Hansen (verified owner)

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FAQ’s About Wax Filters

How often should I change my hearing aid wax filter?

The frequency of changing your hearing aid wax filter depends on several factors, including your earwax production and the type of hearing aid you use. However, as a general guideline:

  1. Check Regularly: It’s essential to inspect your wax filter regularly, preferably every 1-2 weeks, to assess its condition. It may be time to change the filter if you notice any visible wax buildup or discoloration.
  2. Replace When Necessary: If your wax filter becomes clogged with earwax or debris, it can affect the performance of your hearing aid. In such cases, replace the wax filter promptly to maintain optimal sound quality.
  3. Individual Variation: Everyone’s earwax production varies, so you may need to adjust the frequency of changing your wax filter based on how often you build ear wax.
  4. Professional Guidance: Your audiologist or hearing care professional can provide personalized recommendations on how often you should change your wax filter based on your unique needs and circumstances.

By staying vigilant and replacing your wax filter as needed, you can ensure that your hearing aid continues to deliver precise and consistent sound quality.

Should I clean my hearing aid wax filter or just replace it?

This is a question we get often. Here are some guidelines to help you decide:

  1. Disposable Filters: Many modern hearing aids come with disposable wax filters designed to be replaced regularly. These filters are often small and delicate, making them difficult to clean effectively. If your hearing aid uses disposable filters, it’s typically best to replace them according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  2. Hygiene Considerations: Maintaining good hygiene is essential for preventing ear infections and ensuring the longevity of your hearing aid. If you’re unsure about the cleanliness of your wax filter or if it’s difficult to clean effectively, it’s generally safer to replace it.

Ultimately, it is easier to replace them.

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