If your Apple AirPods spend a large amount of time in your ear, chances are after awhile; they get dirty. In today’s post, we cover how to clean them.
Cleaning The AirPods
- To begin, find out a dry lint-free cloth. Microfiber cloths work well. Remove any visible debris, dirt, or ear wax.
- Next, clean out the speaker openings. We recommend a dry cotton swab or even a soft bristle toothbrush.
- We don’t recommend using a liquid to clean on the AirPods. Also, keep any sharp or pointed tools away from the air pods. Another common cleaner you should avoid is air in a can. All of these mentioned methods can damage the internal components of the AirPods.
Cleaning The Charging Case
- Start with your microfiber cloth again to wipe away any dirt that built up on the outside of the case. Isopropyl alcohol is a great way to disinfect them, but be EXTREMELY careful not to get any inside the case.
- If dirt or lint is stuck in the Lightning port, use a pair of tweezers or the soft bristle brush to remove it. Be gentle when removing any build-up, as you can damage the pins in the charger.
- If there is any dirt inside the case, use a dry cotton swab to remove it.
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