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Aug 29 2016 | 7:59 pm EDT krisguy

Just like any other product with lenses, make sure you use a microfiber cloth and solutions that are non-abrasive. Anti-fog spray is also recommended. For the rest of the unit, clean cloth.

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Sep 10 2016 | 12:42 am EDT Cale Hunt

So this method is not recommended by HTC, but I remove and run the foam padding under warm water. Press a cloth towel or paper towel to absorb some of the liquid, and let it air dry.
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Sep 11 2016 | 10:27 am EDT krisguy

So this method is not recommended by HTC, but I remove and run the foam padding under warm water. Press a cloth towel or paper towel to absorb some of the liquid, and let it air dry.
That's what I do with both the Vive and Gear VR foams. Anything more than water would cause the foam to decay and would require replacement sooner. My biggest issue is I sweat at the drop of a hat.
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Sep 19 2016 | 9:07 am EDT pkcable

I don't believe the water will hurt either, BUT for "best answer" purposes I went with the official.