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Does It Work? We try the WaxVac

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his February on Wednesday's at five, and live on the Morning Show KSFY'S Nancy Naeve Brown is going to do a little testing to see if those As Seen On TV products live up to the claims.  Nancy has her hands on a vacuum for your ears to find out, Does It Work?.

The WaxVac Ear Cleaner promises to safely remove the gunk in your ear much safer than a Q-Tip. Here's what the As Seen On TV commercial has to say:

"The WAXVAC® secret is safe and gentle suction. WAXVAC gently draws dirt particles and moisture out of the ear. WAXVAC is powerful yet gentle and features an examining light on the tip. Remember WAXVAC is the safe and effective way to clean and dry your ears!"

It's louder than it says it is and it does suck up water on a table but did not suck up anything from Jeff Cleland's ears (Asst. News Director at KSFY). I would not recommend this product. If you child constantly gets water in their ears this may work for you, but it does not work at getting wax out.  We demonstrated with a cotton swab after using the WaxVac and the swab was covered in built up wax.

It costs $9.95 and I would suggest you skip this and save your money.

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