Don't feel like you're underwater when you get out of your pool or tub. Get your ears crystal clear after swimming or taking a bath.
You Will Need
Towel or tissue
Step 1: Dry earDry your ear with a towel or tissue.
Do not use a cotton swab to dry your ear.
Step 2: Tilt your headTilt your head to the side with the plugged ear.
Step 3: Pull lobePull your ear lobe downward to allow the water to drain out.
Step 4: Use a blow dryerHold a blow-dryer a few inches from your plugged ear. Put it on the lowest setting and turn it on, but be careful to not burn your skin.
Step 5: Mix a solutionMix a solution of equal parts white vinegar and rubbing alcohol in a medicine dropper and drip a few drops into the ear.
Step 6: Consult a doctorConsult and seek treatment from a doctor if the problem persists.
Ear infections are among the most common illnesses for young children.