In article <4gi0rk$894 at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, soundhrg at aol.com says...
>I might suggest that instead of instructing them to use the brush at
>night, instruct them to use it in the morning. The wax has had time to
>dry overnight and form a crust. They can then flake off the wax when they
>brush it. When it is soft, it has a tendency to work into the tube and
>then the wax spring is required to do more work. (this is getting petty.)
We debate this issue extensively at our regular staff meetings! <g> I always
lose by 4 votes for doing it in the morning to my one vote to do it at
night! My theory is it turns into "concrete" over night and will not brush
off or out of the receiver tubing.
(The Rodney Dangerfield of bionet.audiology ;-)