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post #31 of 43
I believe in clean headphones.
post #32 of 43
I find it does feel kind of good with headphones after a shower....

I also have some OCD thing that I dont really like wearing other people's headphones especially earbuds, and I dont really want to touch a used IEM unless I have a new tip and wipe off the tube with an alcohol sterilizing wipe or something
post #33 of 43
I like to listen to my KSC75s when I feel really greasy/dirty.
post #34 of 43
I clean my IEMs every time before I use them and give my bald head a nice polish before putting on my headphones.
post #35 of 43
My personal hygene I'm okay with, but if other people want to try my headphones, first check is if they have really greasy or dirty hair. Not that they need to shampoo every day, but a big sticky mat of hair and my headphones don't mix.
post #36 of 43
wow.. clean freaks us canadians take a shower maybe once every 3 or 4 days
post #37 of 43
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wow.. clean freaks us canadians take a shower maybe once every 3 or 4 days
Really? The BO must be terrible...
post #38 of 43
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Really? The BO must be terrible...
I imagine the low temps in Canada keep sweating/BO under control. Here in Florida, you take a five minute walk and you need a shower.

Rick
post #39 of 43
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I imagine the low temps in Canada keep sweating/BO under control. Here in Florida, you take a five minute walk and you need a shower.

Rick
True. I can skip a day or so during the winter here; never in the summer.
post #40 of 43
I don't really care. It's a pair of headphones, they sound the same dirty or clean. Once their on my head I don't have to looks at them. And I hate taking a shower for no reason
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by Quint View Post
Steve:

Based on the recommendation of a fellow HFier, I use Effax leather cleaner. It's a German product and is entirely grease-free. I just put a few drops into a clean cloth and wipe carefully. Seems to be working fine so far. The pads are nice and supple. Hope this helps!
Thanks Quint, I will find some of that stuff and use it. My pads are like new but it can't hurt to give them a once over.
post #42 of 43
I do not think that it needs to spend trillions of gallons of water multiple times a day, unless you live in deserts or work extremely hard. What I've heard about the US water resources sounds very frightening. In this context, I also regard the common beauty and hygiene ideal of Ken & Barbie as a bit unsuitable.

Lucky me, good to have an office job in a temperate zone in the EU. And I'm the ascetic type that almost never sweats
post #43 of 43
I was having a little chuckle about anal retentiveness as I was reading through these threads and reflecting on my past visit to the audiologist.

Anyway, my thoughts went back to this thread, that I had read before my visit, but I had to travel quite a way back to find it. Must have a lot of posters on this site!

So the audiologist says to me after poking his scope down my ears...."Do you treat your ears with anything?"

What he could see was a pool of liquid at the bottom of my ears. I replied..."No but I did soak my ears in the bath this morning to make sure they were clean"....."Did you use a snorkel?" He replied!

I also didn't tell him I got my wife to pluck the hair from my ears. "But you have millions of them!" She replied!

"Pull out what you can see!" LoL!

BTW...Cabernet Sauvignon can make great cans sound fantastic....cheapest upgrade ever!

Regards,

Kosmic
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