If you wear hearing aids, the ever-changing British weather means protecting them against hot temperatures and increased exposure to moisture. The constant changes in temperature result in a build up of moisture inside the hearing aid so here are some of our hearing aid maintenance tips.


Interested in purchasing a WIDEX hearing aid? We at bloom hearing specialists offer WIDEX Aftercare Service Packages that cater to all of your maintenance needs.

We offer our Widex customers the choice of affordable bronze, silver and gold packages that provide all the maintenance products you need for 2 years.

Click here to find out more information about out Aftercare Service Packages.

An in the ear model is suitable if you have a mild to severe hearing loss and all the electronic components are housed completely within a custom made shell.

The size and visibility of the ITE depends on your degree of hearing loss and the shape of your ear canals. Choose a shade to suit your skin tone.

Click here to find out more info on how to look after your ITE hearing aids.

Suitable for mild to profound hearing loss this is also a solution for people with small ear canals where manufacturing a custom in the ear device can be almost impossible.

The electronic components are located in the housing placed behind your ear, while a slim plastic tube directs the amplified sound into your ear canal.

Click here to find out more info on how to look after your BTE hearing aids.

Avoid storing your hearing aids in the glove box or on the dashboard of your car. Never leave your hearing aids in the car  as the temperature inside a car can fluctuate and be detrimental to your hearing aids. Make sure to store them in the shade. You may also want to look at hearing aids with nano-coating, which makes condensation and moisture go away.

If your outdoor activity includes swimming, or anything involving water, it is best to remove your hearing aids completely. Salt water, for example, can leave crystals on your device when they dry and can cause permanent damage. When you are near the pool area, it is recommended that you don’t get near diving boards or go poolside, where there is a possibility of getting splashed.

With the Great British weather being nothing but temperamental, it is important to make sure that your hearing aids are protected. This means having to protect them from a range of conditions such as hot temperatures and oils from sun creams as well as moisture from the rain. We offer drying kits should the worst happen which can help you significantly.