How to clean AirPods Pro…?

Compared to regular AirPods, AirPods Pro have active noise cancellation (ANC) and an in-ear design, so it’s best if you clean them regularly to keep them looking like new. So, if you’re using AirPods Pro, here’s how to clean them:

First of all, when cleaning AirPods Pro, you should not wash the earbuds or charging case directly with water. Avoid using sharp objects.

The most suitable materials for cleaning are a cotton swab, a flosser pick, and a microfiber cloth. Isopropyl Alcohol and Clorox Wipes

How to clean AirPods Pro Earbuds

First, wipe the AirPods Pro with a clean microfiber cloth (you can moisten it with a little water).
If you don’t have a microfiber cloth, 70% alcohol wipes or Clorox disinfecting wipes will suffice.
Allow to dry before inserting into charging case or earphones.
You can use a cotton swab or flosser pick to clean the corners.

Pro Eartips for Cleaning AirPods

First, clean the exterior with a clean microfiber cloth or cotton swab.
For thorough cleaning, remove the eartips from AirPods Pro and clean them with water (do not use soap or other cleaners).
Wash with water and dry with a cloth.
Carefully clean the speaker grill areas.
Reinstall and use AirPods Pro until you hear a click sound.
How to clean the AirPods Pro Charging Case

The exterior can be cleaned with a dry microfiber cloth.
If you don’t have a microfiber cloth, 70% alcohol wipes or Clorox disinfecting wipes will suffice.
When cleaning, be careful not to touch the charging port or earbud contact point.
You can clean the space between the inside of the charging case and the opening of the case with a cotton swab or flosser pick.