The Utility Tip is the best way to clean your ears, catching more earwax than a cotton swab using the 20 inverted pulling pockets. The Utility Tip is reusable and recyclable, you can get multiple uses out of each one just by rinsing it off. The Utility Tip is doctor recommended by Morgan G. Yost DO, a board certified otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat surgeon). Your order will leave our shipping center within 1 business day.
Apply to the ear and use the finger grips to gently twist and pull out ear wax. The Utility Tip is going to feel firm at first. Please use very delicate pressure only. Being rigid is what helps the Utility Tip work. It pulls wax out instead of packing it in the canal like cotton swabs.
Are Utility Tips like cotton swabs?
The Utility Tip looks similar to a cotton swab but is made out of plastic, so it will feel very different. The Utility Tip is designed for maximum ear wax removal.
Why is the Utility Tip made of plastic?
Reusability, itch relief, recyclable, and most importantly to effectively capture ear wax.
How many times can I use it before I recycle it?
A few times is best.
How do you clean the Utility Tip?
Place under warm water or in your dishwasher on the bottom of your silverware basket.
Can I use the Utility Tip on my kids and pets?
Yes, follow the directions on the packaging and use the Utility Tip on yourself first to know how much pressure to apply.
Keep out of reach of children.
How much pressure should I apply?
This will depend on the person, start with a very delicate pressure and increase as desired.
Can I make the Utility Tip more flexible?
Yes, place under warm water for 30 seconds to relax the material.
Will the Utility Tip hurt?
The Utility Tip is different than what you are used to so there may be a learning curve to knowing what works for you, use multiple times to get the hang of it.
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The Utility Tip Story
How The Utility Tip Is Made
We are manufactured by the Development Workshop in Idaho Falls, ID, who has hired individuals with disabilities for over 40 years. The unemployment rate for individuals with special needs is double the unemployment rate of the general population.