How do you get scratches out of an AirPod case?
Step 1: Gently sand the scratch marks on your AirPods charging case with P2000 sandpaper.
This will slowly remove the scratch marks and leave a matte surface.
Step 2: Use alcohol and cotton to clean the AirPods/charging case.
Repeat Step 1 if scratch marks remained.
Is it bad to keep opening and closing AirPods case?
Answer: A: No. The case is designed to be opened and closed. It should go without saying that you shouldn’t force it open beyond the intended range of the hinge.
Why do my AirPods keep scratching?
So, what’s causing this weird crackling as audio streams from your device to the audio headset? It turns out the most common reasoning behind this is simple Bluetooth interference. If you have more than one Bluetooth device in your proximity, it could be that the wireless signals are getting a little jammed.
Do AirPods need a protective case?
Don’t AirPods come with a case? Yes! The material is thin enough that you can still wirelessly charge a 2nd generation AirPod case. That also means it won’t provide protection from anything more than little bumps and nicks.
Why is there black stuff in my AirPod case?
However, with a great product comes a lot of use, which means build up of dirt, gunk, and in the case of AirPods, earwax. With the main portion of AirPods being white, it can be easy to focus on wiping down the outside of the earbuds and forget to check out the black speaker grilles.
Why does toothpaste remove scratches?
Toothpaste marketed as non-abrasive still contains a small amount of an abrasive component, in order to be effective for cleaning the teeth. This abrasive component gently removes a thin layer of plastic from the lens, thus leveling out the surface and removing scratches.