A common and effective way to remove ear wax at home is by using hydrogen peroxide and mineral oil as softening agents, according to Everyday Health. If the ear is in pain or discharging a substance that isn't ear wax, o... More »

To remove impacted earwax, soften the wax with a solution, rinse the canal with warm water after several days, and dry the ear canal, as instructed by Mayo Clinic. Never attempt to dig out excess earwax, which can push t... More »

Most physicians recommend that ear wax be removed by pre-treating with a few drops of warm water or salt water placed in the ear to soften the wax. Approximately 15 to 30 minutes later the ear canal should be irrigated w... More »

Some good home remedies for removing ear wax include softening the ear wax with mineral oil, glycerine or hydrogen peroxide, and irrigating with warm water, states Mayo Clinic. In addition, WebMD states that over-the-cou... More »

Most physicians recommend that ear wax be removed by pre-treating with a few drops of warm water or salt water placed in the ear to soften the wax. Approximately 15 to 30 minutes later the ear canal should be irrigated w... More »

Methods for safely removing earwax at home include over-the-counter ear wax softening drops and flushing the ear with warm water, states WebMD. Instruments to scoop out ear wax should only be used by a medical profession... More »

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Ear wax can be removed at home by using over-the-counter ear drops such as Murine or Debrox or by gently rinsing the ear canal with body temperature water. If certain symptoms of ear wax impaction occur, it is best to se... More »

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