Regularly clean your band and wrist—especially after working out or sweating.
Rinse the band with water or wipe it with a small amount of rubbing alcohol.
Do NOT use hand soap, body soap, dish soap, hand sanitizers, cleaning wipes or household cleaners, which could get trapped beneath the band and irritate skin.
How do I clean my Fitbit device?
How to Clean Your Fitbit Surge or Charge –
How do you clean a dirty fitbit band?
Scrub out stains with a toothbrush or cotton ball.
For stains, scrubbing can help loosen up debris. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush so you don’t weaken the band. For dye stains such as those from contact with dark clothing, dip a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover and wipe it over the stain.
Can I clean my Fitbit with rubbing alcohol?
After intense workouts when you sweat on your Fitbit, you should clean it thoroughly with a small amount of rubbing alcohol. Fitbit advises against cleaning its devices with regular soaps, wipes and other household cleaners since they can get trapped underneath the band and cause damage.
Can I wash my Fitbit versa?
While still not designed for intense workouts, Fitbit does allow you to hand wash its own Woven bands, as well as the fashion-centric PH5 knit bands for the Versa series. You can rinse them in a little cold water with a mild soap, as long as you rinse them properly and air-dry them after.
How do I dry out my Fitbit?
Drying out a wet Fitbit
Fitbit recommends that if its One, Zip or Ultra clip-on trackers get wet you should cover it in uncooked rice for 24 hours to extract the moisture from inside the device.
Can wearing a Fitbit cause cancer?
No, Your Fitness Tracker Won’t Give You Cancer. Have you heard the claim that wearable tech devices like Fitbit and the upcoming Apple Watch may pose a cancer risk? A recent column in The New York Times raised the possibility that radiation emitted by such devices could pose a cancer risk.