Yet another cleaning hack has emerged and Generation Z’ers cannot get enough of it. Prepare to revolutionise your AirPods…
Although your headphones and AirPods might look clean on the outside, you’d be surprised at just how dirty they can get inside…
Well, not anymore as AirSquares are your solution to perfectly clean AirPods.
Priced at $12.99 for a pack of 12, AirSquares are a cleaning kit that helps to remove wax, dirt, and other gunk from your AirPods.
All the things that can play a part in reducing the sound quality of your AirPods.
Using AirSquares couldn’t be easier!
Customers simply press the AirSquare cleaning putty against the opening of their AirPod or headphone speaker and then peel it off. As they peel it away, out comes all the dirt and gunk attached to the wax. And AirSquares aren’t just compatible for AirPods, they also work with other devices such as earbuds, smartphones, keyboards, and remote controls.
Customers of the product have insisted that “nothing else works as well,” and with more than 800, 5 star reviews it’s safe to say they are loving the product.
“I never usually write reviews but this is an exception. I’ve had my airpods for over a year and when the sound quality was diminishing, I was afraid they had a short life expectancy and i would need to get a new pair! Even after using QTips to clean the airpods out, i thought that was enough until my friend said there’s stuff built up and hard to see, but there was nothing able to get it out! Enter this product — it literally took 5 mins to clean each ear bud effectively and instantly the sound quality was as good as new! Loud, clear, less trouble connecting to my phone, etc. I really suggest giving this product and even tho they say it comes with 12 squares, you don’t need a full square to clean them, so you can pull a piece off or reuse a square with a side you haven’t used! SO happy i found a solution!” one customer wrote.
So, if you want to restore your sound quality and rid yourself of all that dirt, what are you waiting for…
Get your AirSquares here.