To clean your AirPods, you can follow these steps:
Remove any visible debris
Use a dry, clean, and soft-bristled brush to remove any visible debris, such as earwax or dirt, from the speaker grilles, microphones, and the charging ports. Be gentle while doing this to avoid damaging the components.
Use a dry microfiber cloth
Use a dry microfiber cloth to wipe down the AirPods and charging case. Make sure the cloth is clean and free of any moisture.
Use a slightly damp cloth
If there is stubborn dirt or grime on your AirPods, you can use a slightly damp cloth. Moisten a microfiber cloth with a small amount of water and gently wipe the AirPods and charging case. Do not use any solvents or cleaning agents, as they can damage the AirPods.
Clean the ear tips
If you have AirPods Pro, you can remove the ear tips and rinse them under running water. Make sure the ear tips are completely dry before reattaching them to the AirPods.
Let them dry
After cleaning, let your AirPods and charging case air dry completely before using them or placing them in the charging case.
It’s important to clean your AirPods regularly to ensure that they continue to work properly and maintain good hygiene. Avoid using excessive force or water, as it can damage the AirPods.