If your helmet is pricey, you will likely handle and maintain it better. But if you don’t do it correctly, you can inflict more damage than good. Even while your helmet is quite affordable, it still needs maintenance to protect your head and face effectively, or maybe even use branded Bike Helmet Sanitizer.
Let’s discuss some basic helmet cleaning and maintenance tips:
The first error a biker makes is cleaning the shell of their helmet with petroleum distillate or Colin. The polycarbonate in the helmet’s visor and the shell will eventually lose its integrity if you use glass cleaners or other ammonia-based cleansers. Always clean your helmet and visor with plain water or specialized cleaners. This will assist in minimizing undetectable helmet damage and paint chipping and preserving the scratch- and fog-resistant coatings on your visor.
Always use a soft microfiber cloth or soft tissue to clean the helmet shell and avoid harsh cleaners. Allow a damp cloth to lay on the bug-infested region for 30 to 60 seconds to remove them.
Cleaning the visor under running water is our favorite method for getting rid of dust and insects. You might see instructions to dry the visor to remove any swirl marks. After that, clean the inside with soft tissue before moving on to the outer side. This holds if you don’t have access to soft tissue and if your visor doesn’t have a scratch-resistant covering.
If you need to clean the visor in the middle of a lengthy ride, always have a supply of soft tissues and a Bike Helmet Sanitizer.
The most vital component of your body is, without a doubt, your head; thank God for helmets, which guard it in the event of an accident. Helmets shield your head and face from wind gusts while shielding your face from debris and insects. Helmets are designed to resist significant strains, but misuse and abuse will cause them to fail. Most problems with helmets are caused by poor or nonexistent maintenance. A helmet needs to be cared for like any other gear with Bike Helmet Sanitizer.