Tip & How-To about Apple iPod touch
IPod ear buds can get grungy from regular use and should be
cleaned and disinfected frequently. If your iPod headphones with others, there
is potential for the transmission of germs and infections. Be sure to
immediately disinfect your earplugs if someone uses them.
Soap and water clean
1. Disconnect the headphones from the iPod.
2. Mix a mild soap with warm water. Dampen lint-free cotton
with soap and water mixture. Wipe the earphones with a damp cloth. Do not get
water into the holes.
3. Enter the cloth under warm running water. Rinse to remove
all soap. Twist the cloth to dry. Wipe the earphones to eliminate soap residue.
4. Rub a clean, dry cloth over the headphones to dry them.
Disinfection with hydrogen peroxide
1. Buy a solution of hydrogen peroxide 3% or disinfectant
wipes. This product is available in pharmacies and supermarkets.
2. Dampen a clean lint-free cloth to clean the peroxide and
3. Wipes clean with a pre-designed for cleaning hearing aids
if you do not feel comfortable using a solution of hydrogen peroxide. These
scarves are not guaranteed damage plastic, silicone or rubber.
4. Carefully wipe the headphones with a clean, lint-free.
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