One of the biggest benefits of owning an Airpod is the convenience it provides. Not only does it look stylish, but is also of great use.
But with owning an AirPod comes the hassle of cleaning it. Over time, sweat, wax, germs, and dirt may build up, resulting in a decrease in their functionality and possible ear infections for users too, the New York Post reported.
Therefore, it is very important to keep them clean. But does one do that?
Store your AirPods in their case when not using them. Make sure the case is clean before placing them inside.
Avoid sharing your AirPods with other people; this can transfer bacteria or germs from one another and increase the risk of infection.
According to Real Simple, AirPods and their cases should be cleaned after every 72 hours of use. However, it varies from person to person, so use your judgement to decide whether your AirPods and their case need cleaning or not.
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