User Guide

Ear cleaning is usually performed between family members, parents to kids and couples to each other. Usually one laid in the other’s laps while his or her ears were being cleaned.

The following is my recommended ear cleaning routine. Depending on your ears condition, time available and familiarity with the tools you can use them in any different order.

The ear cleaning receiver, during initial procedures, should provide feed-back about the feelings and therefore reassure the provider. That by itself creates an intimacy often missed in our busy life.

① Shaver

Shaver

The foldable ear hair shaver is especially designed to shave the hard to reach places. It's one of the most exciting tools as the shaving provides a sensational audible feeling.
Install a replaceable 9mm x 4mm blade and gently shave the hair in the direction of the hair growth - shaving cream or water is not required. Frequently replace the blade, that way the hair can easily trimmed. It isn't necessary to shave thoroughly, the aim is to trim long hair and keep things neat.

② Ball Head

Ball Head

Use the ball head to massage the ears entire surface gently and slowly. It is one of my favorite tools because you just can't go wrong and the receiver can never get enough of it. Your blood circulation gets stimulated by the massage and the procedure is extremely relaxing. The ear has many nerve endings that connect to your internal organs. That's the reason that the stimulation thereof produces an joyful whole body experience.

In Vietnam this tool is used for the legendary “Eyelid Massage”. Contact me for more details.

③ Excavator

Fork Scraper

If ears haven't had proper care for a long time it is often the case that you will find large clumps of earwax mixed with hair and dirt. This two pronged tool is ideal to dislodge and excavate larger debris of buildup from hard to reach areas.

④ Feather Blade

Feather Blade

Not uncommon is the existence of itchy patches of flaky or dead skin in or around the ear. Use this flexible tool to slightly brush the edge of the feather blade against places that need attention and remove the dead skin and refresh the area.

⑤ Wire Loop

Wire Loop

The highly flexible wire loop can safely remove debris from any place in the ear. The fineness of the tool allows you to actually feel the debris.

⑥ Tweezer

Tweezer

Grab and remove large loose debris from the outer ear area with this precision tweezer.
Don't use this tool inside the ear canal.

⑦ Ear Pick

Curette

This is the essential, traditional Asian ear cleaning tool used for ages in the East. It allows the precise spooning of soft, hard or flaky ear wax from the ear. Listen to the receivers feed-back and make it as amazing as possible, this is the most relaxing experience.

⑧ Down Puff

Down Duff

This down tool provides the sensational feeling finishing touch. It's the highlight of every ear cleaning when you rotate the puff and sweep the ears surfaces. A moment that truly can be described as intercourse for your ear.