Most here know that I'm so old, I can't risk buying green bananas anymore. The post about slippery decks encouraged me to make this post.
About two months ago I was fitted with hearing aids and am not a happy camper, or listener.
I was told there would be 'adjustments' I would have to get used to but never thought the experience would be like this. Certain sounds, like crinkling cellophane, or a fork clanking against a plate about tear my head off. I now put on hearing protectors (used to use plugs) for almost any shop related project.
But, most maddening is how they feel. I don't know if it is perspiration or ear wax but something is running down inside and causes a major tickle. Pure torture, I hate it.
Any of y'all wear these demon devices? How do you handle these problems?
BTW, I STRONGLY advise use of hearing protection whenever working with any machinery. Believe me, you don't want to wear hearing aids.
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Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too. ~Voltaire