We wear our earphones extensively, especially for those music lovers who won't go a day without jamming out to their favorite songs! But after a while, our earphones can get grimy and icky, and you don't want those accumulated dirt to be in your ears, it might even lead to ear infection! Cleaning your earphones doesn't mean you're maarte. It all boils down to proper hygiene, getting rid of diseases, and having better quality sound! Here is the tutorial made by Chris Notap on how to properly wash your earphones–quick and easy!
You'll be needing:
- Dish Washing Soap
- Paper Towel
- Warm Water
- Old Toothbrush
Step 1: Add 2-3 drops of dish washing soap in a half a cup of water and microwave it for one minute.
Step 2: Place the toothbrush in the warm water and let it stay for a bit for about 30 seconds.
Step 3: Place the toothbrush flat on the surface and rub the ends of your earphones against the toothbrush. Reminder: The earphones should be facing downwards and not any other way, because we don't want any water going into our earphones.
Step 4: Dab your earphones on the paper towel to get rid of excess water.
Step 5: The last step is to blow on them! This is for any excess earwax that might still be clinging on to the earphones.
You can watch the full video tutorial here!