According to its inventor, it can be cleaned gently and thoroughly.
Wireless earphones are no longer an expensive luxury, which is why it’s time to invent a product to clean them thoroughly, and models that can be inserted into the ear canal quickly become objectionable, even beyond The level of personal hygiene.
A startup called Cardlax claims to have solved the problem by uploading it to Kickstarter Earplug gasket Your product can be used to clean most wireless headphones in a matter of minutes. This is a mini-washing machine and you can see it in action in the video above. Although of course other liquids should be used instead of water, Cardlax recommends isopropyl alcohol or lens cleaning liquid.
EarBuds Washer seems to have begun mass production, and kickstarter pre-orders received the gadget as early as June this year in exchange for its $39 (net of $12,000).
Cardlax only wants to raise $5,000 for community donations, so it may not need funds to launch the product on the market, it just uses the service to make a fuss. That’s okay, unlike usual, buyers don’t have to wait a long time to buy a product that may end up being useless.