By Alexa Erickson
Apple AirPods have made listening to music, podcasts, talking on the phone, and more that much easier. The wireless earbuds connect to your phone using Bluetooth, so you can slip your phone in a bag or pocket and enjoy hands-free entertainment and communication without a tangled cord getting in the way. Aside from having to charge the earbuds, AirPods couldn’t be more convenient.
Like any high-tech investment, AirPods aren’t cheap, however, and should be treated with care to protect their integrity. One of the most overlooked ways to keep them working well is to clean them. This guide will teach you everything you need to know to get your AirPods clean—and keep them that way.