Join Date: Feb 2009
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look up the "swimmer's ear" combo of vinegar and peroxide. If the ears aren't infected, this is a good ear wash. If they are infected it will hurt. You should squirt some in each ear every day for a while, hold down the ear flap for a number of seconds then dab with a cotton ball. If you don't have any ear hair pullers, get a pair and some ear hair powder and keep the hair pulled in the ears. Do this prior to the ear wash. Should help.