Silicone ear plugs are safe when used as instructed. Keep away from infants. If swallowed, the plugs are non-toxic, but may interfere with breathing if caught in windpipes. Do not spread silicone plugs too thin. Avoid contact with hair nad oil based lotions.
If you push a silicone ear plug into your ear canal, do not try to remove it yourself. Do not use tweezers, cottonswabs or other devices as these may push the plug further into the ear canal. See an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) physician as they have the proper instruments and skill to remove the plug safely.
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Make sure hands are clean and free from lotions and oils.
Remove one ear plug from package.
Place ear plug over clean, dry ear canal.
Gently flatten ear plug with finger by pushing outward in all directions away form ear canal.
Quick Removal: Press up on back of ear and pull down on ear lobe several times to break seal and remove used ear plug.
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