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    Helmet chin strap

    Is there a way to remove the helmet chin strap?

    Soaked up so much sweat...must wash...
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    Quote Originally Posted by John K. View Post
    Is there a way to remove the helmet chin strap?

    Soaked up so much sweat...must wash...
    Sometimes you can thread them out of the helmet but it's usually very difficult to get them back into the helmet. I would just soak it with some mild dish soap and water, sort of hand wash and rinse clean with plain water. I usually hose out my helmet more than I hose off my bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zebrahum View Post
    Sometimes you can thread them out of the helmet but it's usually very difficult to get them back into the helmet. I would just soak it with some mild dish soap and water, sort of hand wash and rinse clean with plain water. I usually hose out my helmet more than I hose off my bike.
    ^^^What he said

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    LOL @ the ten post hijack, classic.

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    Now that we can get back to our regularly scheduled programs after being so rudely interrupted; just wear your helmet in the shower when you wash your hair. It does a good job of getting all the sweat salt and dirt out of the straps.

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    Just wash it with the helmet if it doesn't come out.

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    Idea!

    Thanks for the advice. It never occurred to me to wash the helmet in its entirety...
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