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    Cleaning the inside of the helmet

    Not that this happens often but My Bellistic Full Face lid reaks and the pads are not removable. Straps are pretty muddy too.

    Anyone know how to wash the pads without wrecking the adhesive??

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    Just so nobody forgot... unlike beerman and some others here, I do mostly street riding and use my lid for frosty rides. My hops etc are in traffic...Not a poser...Although I do sneak stunts on an old red-line from time to time.

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    I'd try something citrus based, maybe leave it in a sealed bag with some dessicant first.

    Stinky-head!

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    "Uh-uh. Respek Knuckles." hypersnazz's Avatar
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    I would think citrus would eat the glue. Sponge it off, let it dry and hit it with Febreze if it's stanky. I dunno.

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    Senior Member Brian's Avatar
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    Nah, I'm thinking some citrus cleaner on a paper towel, just that stuff that eats odors.

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