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Ear Wax Removal Tool US$0.60 + US$1.16 Delivery (~A$2.31 Total) @ FOUR-WOMEN AliExpress

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Ear wax a problem for you? 31,000 people have purchased one of these so you aren't alone.

40% off at AliExpress (so with typical shipping this should sort you by winter time)

Screw our your own earwax for less than a cup of coffee !

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    Interesting

  • +4 votes

    Bad design.

    Your ears can still get impacted.

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    That pic just up my appetite

  • +27 votes

    That looks incredibly dangerous.

    • +3 votes

      It is. You want soft plastic with a better design. This metal with a blunt end will punch a hole in your ear drums

      • +6 votes

        Of course I don't advise kids doing it themselves, but I've been using this for years and my ears are still in great shape.

        Unbelievably comfortable too… it's like scratching an itch where you could never scratch before.

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    • +6 votes

      Cotton tips are dangerous too

      • +9 votes

        So is walking down the street, but if you're not an idiot you can survive it.

        • +2 votes

          There are better and safer alternatives

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            @bOngOCaT:

            “Youpin Bebird M9 Pro Smart Visual Bicycle Repair Searchlight Portable Light LED Dig Flash Light Ear Stick Outdoor Cycling Tool”
            Nah

            True, like this.

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          Have you seen the current state of Australia? People want everything bubble wrapped to protect them from themselves.

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          False argument. What's the chances getting killed walking down the street? Way lower than win a Lotto 1st div. You should buy it every hour then.

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            @Jamesx: No one said anything about being killed. Just dangerous. Dangerous as sticking something in your ear kind of dangerous. Serious stuff still.

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              @dmbminaret: But sticking a cotton bud in your ear feels so much better than walking down the street.

              • +1 vote

                @afoveht: Sticking anything anywhere is better than walking period in my books.

    • +5 votes

      I spent about 15 minutes once trying to figure why my left speaker wasn't working. A night's sleep with the appropriate drops then a return to the doctor so he could pump up his little pressure gun and the impacted wad of fibres from ~ 15 years of cotton bud use came free and slooped into the bowl.

      There's a reason why medicos suggest nothing larger than your little finger enters your ear canal…

      • +3 votes

        There's a reason why medicos suggest nothing larger than your little finger enters your ear canal…

        Pretty sure they’re not saying that…

        • +1 vote

          larger/smaller what's the difference?

          oh.

        • +3 votes

          Haha the saying is usually nothing smaller than your little finger

        • +2 votes

          Whoops…

      • +5 votes

        JJJ's Dr Karl, "Don't put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear canal."

        • +2 votes

          Elbow is always the one I’ve heard

          That thing by the OP looks like it would do some serious damage

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      Are you confused? They may do the same, but they are different products.

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      People are so brave until it's too late. Just ask ER staff how bad and regret those people are. Ignorance is very powerful.

  • +7 votes

    Syringe and water… there is a reason that's how the Dr do it

    • -3 votes

      No, they use specialised sucking equipment.

      You can get ear wax remover from your local pharmacy that you syringe in.

      • +3 votes

        Mine do it with tepid water, this is how I do it at home too.

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        they use specialised sucking equipment

        aka nurse?

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          professor

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        Funny, mine used a syringe and water.

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          Nah that’s called swimming

    • +1 vote

      Warm olive oil.

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      Depending on yoyr genetic code, some people have dry ear wax and it doesn't get dissolved very well.

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        Asians I believe have this problem

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          I'm white but must be Asian on the inside then. Lol

  • +7 votes

    These are also great for cleaning your urethra

  • +1 vote

    Well, good news is once your eardrums are destroyed you won't have problems with wax anymore.

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      Is this true?

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        No, you just get less wax

      • +4 votes

        I'm just a random person on the internet, so it must be true.

        Disclaimer: It's probably not true

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    What is that, wouldn't put that near my ears even if you pay me $50

    • +8 votes

      What about for $51?

      • +7 votes

        tempting now

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        Sold. Show me the money!

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    Syringe and warm water. You can get the disposable ones for less than a dollar and use it for many months.

  • +3 votes

    if its smaller the your elbow don't put it in your ear

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      Headphones?

      • -1 vote

        over ear, never use buds

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          you need to live a little.

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      Agree on this

    • +2 votes

      2020: nothing smaller than your little finger
      2021: nothing smaller than your elbow
      2022: nothing smaller than your head

      • +2 votes

        2023: your ears are just tattoos now

    • +1 vote

      Exactly. That's what Dr Karl says

  • +8 votes

    Go to your GP, they bulk bill ear cleaning.
    Bonus: You won't come home with perforated eardrums.

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      I think the idea is hygiene maintenance before it gets that bad that you need to go to the GP. I'm not saying this is the right tool.

  • +7 votes

    WTF. Just wrong. Do not damage your👂Just hear me out. Don’t do it.

    • -3 votes

      There are many people that use this kind of method for ear cleaning for centuries already. Its safe as long as you know what you are doing.

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        You lost me at its safe

      • -6 votes

        why do you get downvoted for not being a snowflake with delicate ears?

  • +2 votes

    I'm going to vote no on account of this looks dangerous and I'm unsure if this could do permanent damage to the eardrum.

  • +4 votes

    Please for the love of yourself… DON'T DO IT. I've seen too many patients with problems from just using cotton tips!

  • +2 votes

    Asian people use this type of this ear wax remover with the scooping end for generations.

    • +1 vote

      Can confirm am asian.

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      that's bigger than a cotton tip and he survived. what the hell?

  • +1 vote

    My GP said the only really safe thing to use is a tissue with then corner rolled up. It's surprisingly effective and I find it quite satisfying. The other benefit is that it dries your inner ear too.

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      My GP gave me the same advice… apparently it also reduces trauma in the ear canal compared to other (non GP) methods including the dangerous looking implement the subject of this post…

  • +13 votes

    Do not use this product. Doctors don't even recommend using regular cotton tips, let alone this monstrosity. It's dangerous, will likely result in more earwax blockage as it will push the wax inwards, and you can cause yourself permanent damage.

    • -1 vote

      Actually, the tip of this is significantly smaller than a cotton tip and has a much smaller chance of pushing ear wax inwards compared to a cotton tip.

  • +1 vote

    Cleaning your ears with the same principles of drilling is a bad idea.

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    I am not too desperate to clean up my ear with that.

  • +1 vote

    It's more of a scraper than a 'drill. There's no pushing involved with this tool. This is a shit deal though, considering they sell this at daiso for 30c more..

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    This looks dangerous if you're gonna do it yourself. The earwax removal tool I'm using is this one. The tip is very very very soft and can only get into your ear canal for a very limited depth. Even if you push it all the way in it still won't hurt your ear at all. And it removes the ear wax by rotating the tool, not digging into or scratching the skin inside your ear.

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    I remember a doctor saying you shouldnt put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear.

  • +1 vote

    Yeah nah, if your ENT says that's okay it's time to find a new one.

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    man theres a lot of people in this thread who havent had to deal with their earwax themselves because their GP says theres nothing wrong. these are fine to use as long as youre careful, much the same way alcohol is fine to consume as long as youre careful

    • -1 vote

      So true. You could even extend it to include how these people need to go to the doctor for a needle when multitudes of drug users can inject themselves without damaging their eardrums.

  • +3 votes

    Oh F !! F unsafe

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    useless for australia way too short.

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    31,000 people have damaged their ears as a result, so you won't be alone.

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    What's the metal made out of? Would probably cause an infection

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    If you're putting anything small like this is your ear, at least make sure you're in a locked room by yourself. Don't do it in the living room with kids and dogs running around.

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      The sad thing is that you need to give such advice and there will be people who never thought that it might be a good idea before reading it.

    • +3 votes

      I prefer it with the tips of my glasses' arms while driving in peak hour.

  • +1 vote

    An excellent tool to fast track a doctor's appointment,

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      Hearing aid appointment more like it.

  • +2 votes

    Dangerous

    • +1 vote

      Same lefties that downvote free speech