How How to Clean Peirced Ears!




Introduction: How How to Clean Peirced Ears!

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Step 1:

Get your cleaning liquid. ( you can purchase this at Claire's)

Step 2:

Get your cotton ball

Step 3:

Put cotton ball in the middle of your two hands and rub back and forth to create a long cotton ball.

Step 4:

Squirt about 4 small squirts of cleaning liquid onto cotton ball

Step 5:

Push out front of earring and squeeze cotton ball, letting cleaning liquid to come out. Make sure to get it on the line attached to the diamond/ earring part.

Step 6:

Now just cleanse around earring

Step 7:

Cleanse around earring on back of ear, too.

Step 8:

Do the same for other ear

Step 9:

Put away cotton balls and cleaning liquid in a place were you can find it again when you need it

Step 10:

Do these steps 3 times a day for 8 weeks and you should be good!

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    3 Discussions


    5 years ago

    Thanks you for this great advice! To answer your question, seamster, it is based for newly pierced ears. If you haven't worn earrings in a while, and your hole is starting to grow back, put some earrings in and do this tutorial :)


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for sharing this! Is this for newly-pierced ears, or all pierced ears?

    If you add a little description to your intro, it would make this tutorial a little more clear :)


    5 years ago

    An earring that doesn't dangle from the earlobe is called a stud. The piece of metal behind the jewel (that goes through your ear) is called the post.

    To add to your instructable, this cleaning can be done in the shower while bathing, too!