Last Updated on 2023-01-07 , 6:52 pm
Did you know that your earbuds are dirtier than you think they are?
If you take a look at it, you may notice that it is clogged with earwax or that there are strips of dirt lining around the plastic part.
There could even be dust lingering around the edges of your earbuds case.
The next question is— how many of us actually get rid of the disgusting particles in our earbuds?
While leaving all the dirt inside is not deadly, it does not mean we should sit back and do nothing.
Bacteria can build up and subsequently cause infections, especially since the skin on our ears is very delicate.
You would not want to stick something with bacteria into your ears, right?
With this being said, it is important to keep your earbuds clean.
How to Clean your Earbuds
Don’t worry, there’s a kit for everything, and yes, there’s a thing known as an earbud cleaning kit.
With the help of an earbud cleaning kit, your earbuds will be looking as good as new.
It comes with a 3-in-1 earphone cleaner with a cleaning foam block, a high-density brush and a metal pen tip.
The delicate soft sponge can clean the dust in the wireless charging case of your earbuds.
The high-density brush cleans the dirt off your earbud’s sound hole—so that your music will be loud and clear again.
The metal pen tip can clean off stubborn dust thoroughly— including all the gaps around it.
It is recommended to clean your earbuds at least once weekly, so start practising this good habit today.
You can buy it here.
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