The molding process involves heating your molds and forming them to your ears. DO NOT PLACE THE HOT MOLD IN TO YOUR EAR. Wait until the mold is warm and pliable.
IMPROPER FITTING OR MISUSE WILL REDUCE EFFECTIVENESS OF EARPLUGS AND COULD RESULT IN HEARING LOSS OR INJURY.
Test thoroughly in progressively louder environments.
Wear hearing protection at all times that you are exposed to loud noise
ALWAYS MAKE SURE EARPLUGS AND EARPHONES ARE INSERTED CORRECTLY BEFORE USE
1. Check the fit of your custom Decibullz product before entering any loud environment. Be sure that once the custom earpieces are in place, that they seal the ear closed. Once you put both earpieces in, check the fit by talking loudly. You should be able to hear your voice clearly, but at a reduced volume, and the noises around you should not sound as loud as they did before you put the earpieces in. Repeat test two additional times, wearing only one earpiece at a time to compare actual volume to filtered volume, and to be sure both ears are getting an equivalent seal.
2. If you aren’t sure you have inserted the earpiece correctly, or if you feel that you are not getting a complete seal of the ear canal, take it out of your ear and try some of the other tips provided in the packaging. If, after trying the different sizes and styles of tips, you still do not feel the earpieces are fitting correctly or providing a proper seal, then you may need to remold your custom plastic earpieces.
3. Re-check the fit often. Your earpieces may loosen up when you talk and chew. If this happens, you could lose protection from loud noise.
-Heed all warnings. Use only as directed.
-Do not tamper with your Decibullz product.
-Regularly inspect tips for damage.
-Be cautious of tips that enter the ear canal always ensure proper fit before inserting
-Exposing Decibullz to temperatures above 150 ̊ F will cause them to melt.
-Do not leave Decibullz in direct sunlight for an extended period of time.
-Do not leave Decibullz near an open flame.
-Adult supervision required for children, components may be a choking hazard.
-Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
-The EPA has selected the Noise Reduction Rating as the descriptor of hearing protector effectiveness to be utilized on the labels required by U.S. EPA Regulation 40 CFR Part 211 Subpart B. Decibullz makes no warranties as to the suitability of NRR as a measure of the actual protection afforded to the individual user.