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Sweat on Rift S Halo

KatherynnTV
Level 2
Pretty sure this must’ve been brought up somewhere but I’m wondering what the solution is for keeping the halo padding clean without investing in some sort of steam vacuum thing that may or may not actually work - besides, investing in that just to maintain your device is silly.

I like to work out in VR but how the hell am I supposed to keep the device clean when it’s practically a sweat sponge, that’s just gross. Surely Oculus thought this through when VR in its very nature is pretty active entertainment?

tl;dr : How do I keep the halo padding clean!?
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Mizzu52
Level 2


I bought the AMVR set. I've had it about a month now. I didn't care for the face plate that came with it and decided to stick with the original one that I'd already modified to accept velcro pleather pads. The halo pads? Oh yeah they're much more comfortable and easy to clean. Kinda makes you wonder why it doesn't come that way to begin with? 



Could you provide a link where I can buy it? Can't find it anywhere.

bitzie
Level 5

Mizzu52 said:



I bought the AMVR set. I've had it about a month now. I didn't care for the face plate that came with it and decided to stick with the original one that I'd already modified to accept velcro pleather pads. The halo pads? Oh yeah they're much more comfortable and easy to clean. Kinda makes you wonder why it doesn't come that way to begin with? 



Could you provide a link where I can buy it? Can't find it anywhere.



Here's the AMVR set that I got. Very comfortable and easy to wipe clean. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07Z3DW7T5/

FlyinDrano
Level 3
That's the one I have. And I see it's out of stock. Was a while getting back in stock when I ordered mine.