First of all, you need to make sure that Hearing Loss Protocol removing ear wax is really what you want to do. Do you want to get it out of there because you feel like it shouldn’t be there? Or is it causing you pain, itching, or difficulty hearing? If your only answer is yes to the first question, you may want to reconsider whether you really need wax cleaning. ENT (ear, nose, and throat) doctors have gradually come to the conclusion that ear wax serves valuable muliple purposes in our ears. It lubricates the ear, keeping it from drying out, as well as protect the inner ear and ear drum from nasty things like dirt, debris, germs, and even (six-legged) bugs. One prominent ENT doctor association even recommended in 2008 that its members stop removing it for aesthetic reasons, and only proceed with removing earwax if it has become a health problem.