The only safe way to remove ear wax is to wash the outside of the ear or to use an irrigation kit to flush out the excessive ear wax, reports the American Academy of Otolaryngology. People should never use cotton swabs, ... More »

Over-the-counter earwax removal drops are available for individuals with an earwax problem, according to American Hearing Research Foundation. These medications usually contain a mixture of oil and peroxide. Individuals ... More »

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If you have an intact eardrum, you can remove hardened ear wax by placing several drops of mineral oil, glycerin, hydrogen peroxide or baby oil into the ear, according to Mayo Clinic. After a few days, the drops should s... More »

The best home remedy to remove ear wax is to soften the wax, rinse the ear canal with warm water and then dry the ear canal, according to Mayo Clinic. This should only be done on people without tubes or holes in the eard... 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 »

Hardened ear wax may be softened with the use of an over-the-counter wax removal aid and gently flushed out with a small bulb syringe, as stated by WebMD. See a doctor before attempting at-home removal of uncomfortable, ... More »

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If you have an intact eardrum, you can remove hardened ear wax by placing several drops of mineral oil, glycerin, hydrogen peroxide or baby oil into the ear, according to Mayo Clinic. After a few days, the drops should s... More »