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Won't stay in place

I have an oily complexion and during the services, the mic slips out of place and drops down, I continually keep shifting it back in place. It is frustrating. Any good ideas.

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That WON'T work

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The rubber sleve on these mics are made to be adjustable...and you can shape and form these into the best shape for your ear. try forming it into a shape that is more snug around your ear, maybe put it on and then squeeze it a little tighter. Sometimes the arch in the mic. gets places too low and needs to be formed up a little further.
Hope this at least gives you some things to try.

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I dropped and it came apart

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