What you will feel:
*in that order*
This instructable is not intended for those with exsisting ear problems. Such as tubes, grafts, or damaged ear drums, ect. This ible is safe for those with healthy ears only. You are responsible for your own body, so please use common sense and be your best advocate. If you dont know the health of your ears or feel this is not right for you- DONT TRY IT.
Step 1: What You Will Need
2) Hydrogen Peroxide (stabilized 3% oral debriding agent)
**If you have a deep wound in your ear, do not use peroxide. If you have objections to peroxid used on human tissues all together, dont use it. Always read the warning lable of any product before you use it. Always apply common sense**
3) A cozy place to chill
4) A dropper, or a friend to help.
I like to do this at the end of the night when I am less likely to be bothered by kids.
Step 2: SPA TIME
Have a friend fill the cap with peroxide... or just fill a clean dropper yourself if you're alone. *OH YEAH BABY, ALONE*
You may want to place a towel where you plan on laying your head. And you certainly will want a paper towel in hand during the process.
Now, lay comfortably on your side and fill up the ear canal with peroxide. Close your eyes and enjoy. You must close your eyes to get the full effect! Your ear will become a hot tub of bubbles!
TIP: You can pull on your on your ear lobe to help fill the whole ear canal.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
1) Expect it to feel cold at first.
2) Expect it to bubble rapidly
3) Expect to feel euphoric because of the inner ear magic going on.
4) And count on finding yourself submerged in bliss.
Step 3: CLEANING TIME
When the bubbles slow down significantly, you can sit up and drain with a paper towel.
TIP: Folks from the Instructables community suggest a few drops of rubbing alcohol in the ear to
remove remaining moisture. Some even suggest a 50/50 mix with the peroxide. I have never tried
this... just thought I would put it out there!
Now you can hear the Johova's Witnesses before they get to your street!
Please feel free to give feedback. I wish happy ears for all! And if you dig it- VOTE :-)
**This Instructable is dedicated to my OCD friends with very clean ears, Eric and Charlotte~ Enjoy