How To Clean Non Removable Helmet Liner?

Cleaning a non-removable helmet liner can be a bit tricky, but it’s definitely not impossible. In fact, with a few simple steps, you can have your liner looking and smelling like new in no time!

In this blog post, we will discuss how to clean a non-removable helmet liner safely and effectively. I’ll also provide some tips on how to prevent the build-up of bacteria and sweat in the future. 

What You’ll Need

I clean my non-removable helmet liner using the following items:

1. A soft, clean cloth or sponge 

2. A gentle, pH-balanced cleanser 

3. A soft-bristled brush (optional)

4. Clean, lukewarm water

5. A small bowl or container 

6. A dry, clean cloth 

How to Clean Non Removable Helmet Liner 

If you follow my own method of cleaning your non-removable helmet liner, you can be sure that it will look and smell like new in no time!

  1. Take A Soft Cloth Or Sponge

    Begin by dampening your soft cloth or sponge with a small amount of lukewarm water.

  2. Apply pH-balanced Cleanser

    Apply a gentle, pH-balanced cleanser to the cloth or sponge, and carefully wipe down the entire surface of your helmet liner.

  3. Use Soft-Bristled Brush

    If you notice any particularly stubborn stains or areas of buildup, you may want to use a soft-bristled brush to gently scrub them away. Just be sure not to apply too much pressure or scrub too vigorously, as this could damage the fabric or foam of your helmet liner.

  4. Use A Clean, Dry Cloth

    Once you have thoroughly cleaned your non-removable helmet liner, use a clean, dry cloth to gently pat the fabric or foam surface dry.

  5. Dry Your Helmet Liner

    Finally, allow your helmet liner to air dry completely before using it again. This will help to prevent any unwanted odors or bacteria from building up in your liner, and ensure that your helmet stays clean, fresh, and comfortable.

How To Clean Your Helmet

While cleaning a non-removable helmet liner can take a bit more effort than regular cleaning methods, it’s definitely worth it if you want to keep your helmet in top condition. So don’t be afraid to get a little messy – just follow these simple steps, and you’ll be well on your way to a clean and fresh helmet liner in no time! 

How Often You Should Clean Your Helmet Liner 

Cleaning of your helmet liner depends on your usage and how often you wear it. Generally, you should clean your helmet liner every few months or so to prevent the buildup of dirt and debris that can damage the liner over time. 

If you ask me how often I clean my helmet liner, I would say that I try to clean it as often as possible.

Tips and Tricks

There are a number of tips and tricks you can use to effectively clean the non-removable liner of your motorcycle helmet. 

One of the most important things to keep in mind when cleaning your non-removable helmet liner is to never use harsh chemicals or abrasive brushes, as these can damage the liner and reduce its effectiveness in protecting your head from impacts. 

Instead, start by using a soft cloth or sponge to gently remove any dirt or debris from the liner. If your helmet has a removable face shield, you can also use this as an opportunity to give your helmet a thorough cleaning, using warm water and mild soap to thoroughly remove dust and grime. 

Once you’ve cleaned the liner and face shield, be sure to let them air dry completely before putting the helmet back on. This will help prevent mildew or bacteria from growing on the liner, which can be a major health hazard. 


Now, as you have learned, there are many different ways to clean a non-removable helmet liner without damaging the helmet itself. Whether you decide to use gentle detergents and soaps, specialized helmet liner cleaners, or even homemade solutions, there are plenty of options to choose from. 

To start, it is important to assess how dirty your helmet liner is before you begin. If it is significantly soiled, you may want to consider using a specialized helmet liner cleaner, as these are specifically formulated to be gentle on the material of your helmet and will help remove even the toughest stains. 

If your helmet liner is only lightly soiled, you can try using a combination of gentle detergents and soaps to help lift away dirt and grime. For example, you can try mixing up a solution of a mild dish soap such as Dawn with hot water and gently cleaning your helmet liner with a soft cloth or sponge. 

No matter how dirty your helmet liner is, it is important to be gentle and take your time when cleaning it. This will help you avoid damaging the fabric of your helmet, and ensure that all dirt and grime is thoroughly removed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Machine Wash My Helmet Liners?

While it is generally not recommended to machine wash helmet liners, there are some exceptions. In particular, if you have a non-removable liner and are using a specialized helmet cleaner, you may be able to machine wash it on a gentle cycle. However, always consult the manufacturer’s recommendations before attempting to machine wash your helmet liner, as certain materials and fabrics may not be able to withstand the washing process. 

Can I Spray Febreze In My Helmet?

When it comes to cleaning your non-removable helmet liner, using fragranced sprays such as Febreze should be avoided. This is because these types of sprays may contain harsh chemicals and fragrances that can damage the fabric of your helmet, or even cause sensitivity issues over time. Instead, opt for more natural cleaning methods such as using gentle detergents and soaps, or homemade solutions like vinegar and water. 

Should You Wash Your Helmet With Soap?

When it comes to washing your helmet liner, the answer is generally yes. As long as you are using a gentle detergent or soap, such as Dawn or Dr. Bronner’s, and taking care to be gentle and thorough when cleaning your helmet liner, it is generally safe to wash it with soap. However, if you notice any signs of damage or irritation to your helmet liner after washing, it is always a good idea to consult a professional to determine the best course of action.