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Hey! I'm having a problem, with getting my hair styling wax residue off, from my agv pista gp inside padding :grin2:
Any advice, on how to properly wash it, with simple "chemicals", without damaging it? (Already tried to soak it in warm water, with soap for several hours, but not a really great result.. :frown2:
 

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I wash the covers that go around the pads in my Aria helmet on gentle cycle and they come out great. The covers should come right off the pads when you pull everything out.
 

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easy - when u go to the barber, just say gimme a #1 buzz. gel.. not so much needed after that. and no more helmet hair after that. :grin2:
 

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Replacement pads aren't that expensive too... I've replaced them on my Shoei a couple times (they get tired after a year or two).

You could have a 'gel' and a 'no gel' set of pads...

 

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I've got a Pista as well, same problems too! Haha. Just take the pads out and the ones you can uncover, use regular shampoo to clean with. A toothbrush and some shampoo will do the trick real fast for you. Just let air dry after that and you're good to go!
 
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