How to

clean the earmold 

Molds without a speaker can be washed when detached from the hearing aid. Be aware that molds WITH speakers can’t be washed, so make sure you know which solution you have.

The mold should be cleaned regularly. Use a soft cloth to clean the surface of the mold. Use the MultiTool wire loop to clean the opening.

Wash the mold

  • Step 1

    Make sure you are able to identify which mold is for which instrument before disconnecting them from the instruments.

  • Step 2

    Disconnect the tube and mold from the hook. Hold the hook firmly, when pulling off the tube. Otherwise the instrument may be damaged.

  • Step 3

    Wash the mold and tube using mild soap. Rinse and dry completely before reconnecting to the hearing instrument.

Important notice!

The hearing aid itself with the mold must never be washed or immersed in water or other liquids.


Watch the instruction video on how to clean a hearing aid and its ear mold:
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Molds for BTE with hook

These molds range are typically used with BTE and miniBTE hearing aids. 

Since they are custom-made from an ear impression, these molds keep the hearing aid more securely locked in the ear as they take advantage of all the curves and contours of the ear.

Molds with and without speakers

Be aware that there are generally two types of earmolds – with or without a speaker/receiver – and that they should be cleaned differently. If you are unsure which type your mold is, please ask your hearing care professional.

Molds without a speaker/receiver range from half-shell to full-shell solutions and are typically used with behind-the-ear hearing aids. Since they are custom-made for each ear, these molds keep the hearing aid more securely locked in the ear as they take advantage of all the curves and contours of the ear.

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