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What do you clean your ears with???

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Ladywiccana, Aug 10, 2009.


  1. Ladywiccana

    Ladywiccana PetForums VIP

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    Just wondered as your NOT supposed to put anything sharp or a cotton bud stick inside your ears, how do you clean yours???? :smilewinkgrin:
     
  2. rona

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    With a flannel most of the time, but occassionally with a cotton bud :eek:
     
  3. suzy93074

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    I use Eartex if my ears are blocked a bit :D
     
  4. Inca's Mum

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    Also with a flannel Rona :)
     
  5. EmzieAngel

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    I use Earex ear drops to get rid of wax.
     
  6. suzy93074

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    This has reminded me of a time years ago when I went to the doc cos my ears were full of wax and I wanted them syringing - they said they didnt want to as not that much wax and to put some OLIVE OIL down them....I went home and put what i thought was olive oil but it didnt work and felt really weird so phoned my mum and told her what I had used and it turns out it was COOKING OIL !!!:eek::D:D:D :blushing::blushing:soooo funny we couldnt stop laughing for ages! I thought it was olive oil!:blushing:
     
  7. alyssa_liss

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    cotton buds always have done , ooops
     
  8. cassie01

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    i have ear candling treatments now which does get the wax out and its dead relaxing!!!! you get a head and face massage in with it too!!! but have also started using almond oil too. i use cotten buds occssionally
     
  9. Ladywiccana

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    lmfao thats sooooooooo funny, bet ya cudve fried an egg on ya ears hehe :eek:ut: :001_tt2: :idea: :eek:hmy: :smilewinkgrin:

    Ooooooohhhhhhhhh now that sounds very interesting :idea: ive never heard of that???? Is it expensive????? :eek:hmy: :smilewinkgrin:
     
  10. alyssa_liss

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    a hopi (sp) ear wax i think its called ive always wanted to have it done
     
  11. cassie01

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    not for me :D, my friend is a beauty and holistic therapist and she does a lot of teaching too so either she does it for me or i get free student treatments. lol. she charges £28 per treatment and i think its recomended 4 times a year to prevent build up. if you an find somewhere that has students though its quite a bit less, bout half price me thinks.
     
  12. cassie01

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    thats the one hopi!! its really good, i really reomend it. i felt great afterwards it can make you thirsty though. see if someone will treat you too it
     
  13. MissG

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    My ears are never that dirty, I think it must dissolve in the bath or showeer?

    However, I do have a certain fetish.

    Lots of times throughout the day, I just have to tickle the inside of my ear canal with the round end of a hair grip. Yes I know it's dangerous, I always make sure there is no one around to nudge me.
    The feeling is great, and I crave it.

    That sounds really weird! LOL.
     
  14. Dylan & Daisy

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    Always used cotton buds :eek: ;) :D and i just dont care lol
     
  15. suzy93074

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    :laugh::laugh:
     
  16. sequeena

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    I often use cotton buds but I also use earex and cotton wool.

    The last time I went digging about black stuff came out :yikes:
     
  17. Tigerneko

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    I don't use anything :eek:

    just a regular wash in the shower :D
     
  18. raggs

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    LMAO.....a steam cleaner!!!!!.hahahahahaa
     
  19. vickie1985

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    flannel but cotton buds too. i like been a naughty girl hehe
     
  20. ava

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    Cotton buds usually.
    But ones I tried ear candling in beauty salon.
    It was amazing.
     
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