How to disinfect a microphone?
I am fighting a head cold and wasn't going to sing today. But the choir wasn't coming in very strong on some parts, so the lead singer told me to suck it up and grab a mic. As I'm eating the 58 in the fourth song it occurs to me that I wouldn't want to be the next person to get this mic.
Any pointers on treating communal mics during cold season? Purell wipes? UV rays?
For definite, I'd have the pop shield off and clean that separately, maybe lukewarm water. I know nothing about cleaning though.
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Put the pop-shield in it. The purer the better.
If you get ethel- you can have a swig too. But be careful of 100%, apart from fire hazard it's a little too strong, so cut it with 1/10th water to alch before you go hitting shooters.
Wash your hands
Ms. Remy Ann David
Shirl....? We've got a big night ahead of us.
Seriously, I'm usually pretty good about keeping things clean, wiping things down with a damp rag now and then and dusting regularly. But I haven't been as good about disinfecting the mics. I'm generally careful about this kind of thing since my wife is a preschool teacher and I'm a college professor. We come in contact with every germ know to mankind.
You can boil the balls too. Remove the stuffin' first.
I once did sound for this evangelist: http://www.juanitabynum.com/
She is a screamer. She EATS the balls, and leaves them caked with red lip stick. She has some hellacious breath too. We walked around waiving the things under the noses of unsuspecting techs and watched them nearly vommit. Fun stuff.
sheet wrote: You should kill the germs at the source. Make the singers drink the Lysol and save yourself some time. Kidding of course. This recommendation is humor and is not supported by this website, it's owners or it's advertisers. Please consult a brain before using Lysol.
Mmmmm. Lysol. It's not so bad if you mix it with cola. Of course there's the risk of going blind but it's cheaper than wiskey!
Edit: Yes. I'm kidding.