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The One Part of the Body That Doesn’t Get Cleaned


CLEWISTON, FL -- 12/15/2004 -- According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology Web site, ear wax blockage is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. Ear wax can also trap bacteria, which can lead to itchy or even painful infections. In addition, hearing aids can block the natural path of ear wax and produce a build-up, worsening an already existing hearing deficit. Just like a toothbrush or mouthwash is used to clean plaque off teeth, Ear-Clear, a new personal hygiene device, gently and effectively removes all ear wax build-up.

“I talk to people every day who suffer with ear wax problems just like I once did. They have partial hearing loss, ringing of the ears, and other problems. Ear-Clear is the only thing that has helped them,” states company president Richard Brock. “What they usually find is that the traditional over-the-counter wax softeners and bulb syringes don’t help, and cotton swabs just push the wax in deeper. Although having a doctor clean their ears usually worked, it was costly, time-consuming, and inconvenient.”

Ten years ago, Vernon E. Thomas, M.D. and Mr. Richard Brock invented the Ear-Clear Irrigation Syringes as a safe, cost-effective and convenient method of ear wax removal. As recommended by ear surgeons, the reusable device uses only warm water to irrigate the ear -- no additional medications or chemicals are needed. Gentle and refreshing, the self-use device was designed with safety in mind. By simply injecting a steady stream of warm water into the ear canal with firm pressure, ear wax build-up will easily be circulated out of the ear canal.

About Ear-Clear, Inc.

Ear-Clear, Inc. was founded by Richard Brock in 1999. The U.S. Public Health Service/FDA determined these devices to be Class 1 Irrigation Syringes (consumer’s choice products). There is a 30-day money-back guarantee on all products.

A limited number of media product samples are available for review. Bulk orders from medical professionals are welcomed. Please visit the Ear-Clear Web site ( to read letters from customers relaying their experiences overcoming ear wax health problems.

For more information please visit or contact Richard Brock directly at or (863) 677-0669.

For more information about the American Academy of Otolaryngology, please visit


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