Ear Wax Remover Vac
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Ear Wax Remover Vac

Ear Wax Remover Vac The cordless Ear Wax Remover Vac gently suctions dirt and moisture out of your ears. Unlike with cotton swabs, you won’t run the risk of pushing dirt further into your ears or damaging your eardrum when you use this device. The vacuum’s silicone tip prevents it from going too far into your inner ear, and offers a gentle touch. This device is very easy and pleasant to use, since it runs on only 2 AA batteries, and has a very quiet motor. It can also be cleaned easily with the accompanying cleaning brush.

Price: $4.88



  • Cleans by gentle suctioning
  • Removes unwanted dirt and moisture 
  • Cordless and runs on 2 AA batteries 
  • Easy-to-use power switch 
  • Motor makes little noise 
  • Comes with four interchangeable, color-coded silicone tips (four different people can use the same vac, if needed) and a handy cleaning brush


  1. Gently removing wax buildup from ears
  2. Suctioning unnecessary moisture (ie. water from swimming) out of ears  

How it works: 

Instead of poking around your ear like a cotton swab, trying to snag some wax, the Ear Wax Remover Vac efficiently sucks the wax into its cavity without doing any damage. The silicone tip on the end of the device protects the entire ear from the pressure of the vacuum’s nozzle, and stops the nozzle from going further into your ear than is safe. While ordinary cotton swabs aren’t very good at soaking up moisture, the Ear Wax Remover Vac can immediately transfer water or any other unwanted forms of moisture from your ear and into its cavity. 

How to use it: 

  1. Insert 2 AA batteries into the device, as per the instructions. 
  2. Ensure that a silicone tip is placed over the vacuum’s nozzle. 
  3. Start the device’s motor by using the on/off switch. 
  4. Gently insert the vacuum in your ear to let it do its work. Instead of straining to push it as far inside as possible, keep it at a point which is comfortable. 
  5. After a couple of minutes, switch ears, if necessary. 
  6. If you’re sharing the vac with someone else, remove your silicone tip. 
  7. After a few uses, clean it with the cleaning brush, as per the instructions.