Dig them with ear digger - a piece of stainless steel stick with a small curve that looks like a ladle. However, some kids don't like the feeling. You can use cotton bud, but I heard that you will only push in the ear shit instead.
Always use a washcloth.....this way a child's ears can never be hurt.
I know, because I have four grown children, and have always used a wash cloth.
Clean with good quality ear buds wiped with mineral oil or baby oil. Limit only around the visibility of wax close to the outer part of the ear, avoiding inner cleaning. Ear wax will come out by itself naturally. There is no rush to force a swab into the ear canal.
Just like cleaning the ears of my pet dog, I use my Neutrogena Oil to lightly soak the cotton swab cleaning around the outer area where wax is visible, avoiding the inner ear or ear canal, then, wipe off gently with a baby cloth.
by ericlovesme 7 years ago
why does one of my bunnies ears stay fallen over. none of his brothers have ears like thatits a netherland mixed with flemish giant and it is the only rabbit with one ear that will not stay up.
by Helen Murphy Howell 7 years ago
Ear Wax - do any hubbers have home remedy solutions?I know this sounds gross, but does any hubbers have good over the counter or home remedies to remove ear wax safely? Many thanks in advance for any help.
by jeannie.b 6 years ago
my dog has both ears equally swollen but although he is now shaking his head he has not done this pr
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