Brand: YS INDUSTRIES
- HEARING PROTECTION: NRR 31 Self Adjusting foam earplugs expand in the ear upon insertion to create a secure seal for excellent hearing protection, noise reduction ear plugs are great for sleeping and in loud environments like workplaces and jobsites
- INSTRUCTIONS: To get the best protection from your soft foam earplugs, remember to roll, pull, and hold when putting them in. Use clean hands to keep from getting dirt and germs into your ears!
- QUALITY HEARING PROTECTION, hypoallergenic super soft foam earplugs is easy to use, Earplugs safely expand returning to appropriate size inside ears for perfect fit.
- Ear protection earplugs for noise are known as sound plugs should be worn around any noisy environment, when around machinery, power tools, lawn equipment, gunfire, aircrafts, explosives, sporting events, motorcycles, and loud music to prevent noise-induced hearing loss.
- earplugs ear protection night manager ear plugs are great for sleeping, hearing protection high noise reduction will help with noise cancelling noise reduction rating (NRR) of 31dB – High visibility foam earplugs made with bright vibrant color, 60 pairs in a jar sealed easy to carry around with out getting them dirty.
Details: YS INDUSTRIES BRINGS TO THE MARKET GREAT QUALITY PRODUCT How to Use Soft Foam Ear Plugs
To get the best protection from your soft foam earplugs, remember to roll, pull, and hold when putting them in. Use clean hands to keep from getting dirt and germs into your ears! 1. Roll
Roll the earplug up into a small, thin “snake” with your fingers. You can use one or both hands. 2. Pull
Pull the top of your ear up and back with your opposite hand to straighten out your ear canal. The rolled-up earplug should slide right in. 3. Hold
Hold the earplug in with your finger. Count to 20 or 30 out loud while waiting for the plug to expand and fill the ear canal. Your voice will sound muffled when the plug has made a good seal.
Check the fit when you’re all done. Most of the foam body of the earplug should be within the ear canal. Try cupping your hands tightly over your ears. If sounds are much more muffled with your hands in place, the earplug may not be sealing properly. Take the earplug out and try again.