If you own a stainless steel watch, then you’ve got something that will last, like, forever. Stainless steel watches may be quite pricey but they last longer compared to other watches because the composition itself is exceedingly rare. Stainless steel watches are unlike ordinary watches or the ones made up of ordinary steel. These pieces do not easily stain or rust with the exposure of moisture as well as air; hence, prices for these watches are relatively inexpensive. And for practical reasons, stainless steel becomes a common yet coveted choice among watch lovers.
So, if you have a stainless watch in your possession, make sure to take care of it properly. Check out this guide and learn how to clean your watch by yourself!
First and foremost, you can clean your watch using a soft cloth. Start by gently rubbing the surface with the cloth, then into the crevices around watch face. Often, dirt is collected into these opening spaces. If you cannot clean it thoroughly with the cloth, you can use a dry toothbrush to reach into the areas and acquire the dirt.
After the watch surface, move on to the watch band. You may use the same cloth and toothbrush to clean the band, from top to bottom. If you have a stainless steel band that is removable, dismantle it from the watch face and soak it into a cup of glass cleaner for less than fifteen minutes. After soaking, scrub the band using the toothbrush. Then, rinse the watch band thoroughly. If you’ve got a leather strap, make sure that it is waterproof!
Wipe clean the band as well as the watch face with dry, polishing cloth to give it a gleaming look. On that note, it is best to choose the right watch that will suit your preferences. Remember that a watch indirectly defines your sense of style. And if you’re still looking for the perfect modern and minimalist stainless steel watch for your wardrobe, you’ll get an array of choices from our Clarence Collection.
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