How to Clean Airpods

If you’re like me, you use your Airpods almost every day. Whether you’re working out, commuting, or just relaxing at home, they’ve become an essential part of our lives. But as much as we rely on them, we often don’t think about how to clean them properly.

In this article, I’ll show you how to clean your Airpods and keep them looking (and sounding) like new.

  • Gather your supplies
  • You will need a soft, lint-free cloth, water, and mild soap
  • Wet the cloth with water and add a few drops of soap
  • Gently rub the cloth over the surface of each AirPod to remove any dirt or debris
  • Rinse the AirPods with clean water and dry them with the cloth
  • Repeat steps 2-4 as necessary until they are clean
How to Clean Airpods


What is the Easiest Way to Clean Airpods?

Assuming you are referring to the Apple AirPods, here are a few tips on keeping them clean: -To clean the microphone and speaker mesh, use a dry toothbrush or cotton swab. Gently brush the meshes until they are free of any debris.

-The earbud tips can be cleaned with soap and water. Rinse thoroughly and let them air dry. -The charging case can be wiped down with a damp cloth.

Be sure not to get any water inside the charging port.

Can You Clean the Inside of an Airpod?

Yes, you can clean the inside of an AirPod. To do so, you will need a cotton swab and some rubbing alcohol. First, wet the cotton swab with the alcohol and then insert it into the charging port of the AirPod.

Next, rotate the cotton swab around inside the port to clean it out. Finally, remove the cotton swab and let the AirPod dry before using it again.


How to Clean Airpods Ear Wax

If you’ve ever owned a pair of AirPods, you know that they’re susceptible to ear wax buildup. And while it may not be the most pleasant thing to think about, it’s important to keep your AirPods clean – especially if you share them with others. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to clean airpods ear wax:

1. Start by removing the ear tips from your AirPods. 2. Using a soft, dry cloth, gently wipe the mesh grille on each AirPod. 3. If there is visible ear wax on the mesh grille, use a cotton swab dampened with water to remove it.

Be sure not to insert the cotton swab too far into the AirPod opening. 4. Once you’ve removed all the ear wax from the surface of your AirPods, reattach the ear tips and place them back in their charging case.


If your AirPods are looking a little dirty, don’t worry, they’re easy to clean! First, start by removing the earbuds from the case. Using a soft, lint-free cloth, gently wipe down the surface of each earbud.

Be careful not to get any water on the cloth, as this could damage the earbuds. If you need to remove any stubborn dirt or grime, you can use a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl alcohol. Once you’ve cleaned the earbuds, put them back in the case and close it tightly.

Allow the case to dry completely before using it again.