Depending on the amount of dust, debris, or pet hair you have floating around your home workout space, it may be helpful to begin by vacuuming the Peloton Bike frame and floor mat.
Using a handheld vacuum or vacuum with a hose attachment, vacuum the bike's surface area to remove any built-up dust (or in my case, pet hair). This step will prevent you from simply moving dust and pet hair around as you clean.
You can also vacuum the open space around the flywheel at the front of the bike to remove any dust or debris that may have crept in. This will keep the bike moving smoothly as time goes on.
Spray the cleaner directly on the microfiber cloth, not on the Peloton frame itself, as you clean. Wipe all of the bike's surface area, paying special attention to any areas that you touch with your hands as you ride, such as the handlebars and the resistance knob.
Do not use soap and water when cleaning the bike frame, and make sure to dry thoroughly after every cleaning.
Finish your Peloton detailing by cleaning the Peloton Bike touch screen.
It is recommended that you turn off the touchscreen by holding down the power button at the top of the tablet. Spray a microfiber cloth with an electronics screen cleaner and wipe away any streaks, fingerprints, or smears on the Peloton's touch screen.