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Auro-Dri Ear Drying Aid, 1 oz.
- Helps relieve the discomfort of water-clogged ears by drying excess water.
- Dries and Relieves Water Clogged Ears due to Swimming, Diving, Surfing, Showering.
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After my in-laws bought a home with a pool, I got cajoled into swimming. Out of desperation, I picked up this product from the grocery store, and does the trick fast! Simply put a few drops in the ear, let it swish around in there for a few seconds, and than tilt your head so it drains. The alcohol and the water stuck in your ear will leak out.
I'm not attacking the negative review from user Haley, but it's important to keep in mind her specific circumstances. If you have a t-tube in your ear and it's raw and inflamed, don't put alcohol in your ear. If you don't have damage to your ear but just have water in it, go for it!
It may sting a little when applying due to the 95% alcohol, but it gets the job done fast.
I had tried just plain alcohol, and vinegar is out of the question because she hates the smell of vinegar -the alcohol worked, but made her gag. These are the right combo for her, and they help the water naturally drain out of the ear canal. Very happy with this inexpensive and effective fix!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We use these drops after SCUBA diving, every time, just to be safe. One bad experience years ago in a quarry put us both out of commission with raging ear infections. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kevin Darmody
I can't carry rubbing alcohot in my suitcase when I travel but since I often swim in hotel pools I need something to drain my ears. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Anonymous
So after the 2nd ear infection within the last couple months I decided to use some of these drops as I already had them around. BIG mistake! Read morePublished on June 19, 2013 by Haley