How to Clean Your AirPods (Without Breaking Them)


How to Clean Your AirPods (Without Breaking Them)


We all know the feeling. You pull your AirPods out of your ear only to find them caked in earwax and who knows what else. Ew. In an effort to keep our little white earbuds clean and bacteria-free, we rounded up the best ways to clean your AirPods (without losing them in the process). Read on for some tips and tricks!


Step One: Gather Your Materials

To start, you'll need the following items:

-A soft, lint-free cloth    -Do not use harsher materials like paper towels or tissues, as these can damage airpods 

-Water  -Mild soap -Toothpick or cotton swab (optional)  

Step Two: Wipe Down Your AirPods    Start by lightly wiping down your AirPods with a lint-free cloth. Be sure to remove any dirt or debris that might be clinging to the surface. If you see any persistent dirt or grim, you can dip your cloth in a small bowl of water with a few drops of mild soap. Just be sure to wring out any excess water before proceeding.

Step Three: Clean Out The Ear Tip    Next, use a toothpick or cotton swab to remove any wax or buildup from the ear tip. If you're using a toothpick, be sure not to insert it too far into the speaker mesh. Once you're finished, wipe down the ear tip again with your cloth.  Step Four: Dry Your AirPods    To finish, dry off your AirPods with your cloth. If they seem damp, you can set them out on a towel to air dry for a bit. And that's it! In just a few quick steps, you'll have clean AirPods that are good as new. 

Cleaning your AirPods doesn't have to be a difficult task. With a little time and effort, you can have them looking and sounding better than ever before. So next time you pull them out of your ears and notice they're looking a little dirty, don't despair! Just follow the steps above and you'll have them sparkling clean in no time.


Check out this video on how to clean your airpods!



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