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    Default Anyone keen on watches?

    Just brought my Tag out o hibernation, any good tips for cleaning the strap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcin626 View Post
    Just brought my Tag out o hibernation, any good tips for cleaning the strap.

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    Terrible to admit I’ve never actually thoroughly cleaned any of my watches but then I rarely wear them long enough to get dirty. Usually give them a rub over before I put them on.

    I’d use a stiff toothbrush and warm water (being careful near the case if water resistance is minimal), dab dry with a paper kitchen towel then finish off with a polishing cloth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Terrible to admit I’ve never actually thoroughly cleaned any of my watches but then I rarely wear them long enough to get dirty. Usually give them a rub over before I put them on.

    I’d use a stiff toothbrush and warm water (being careful near the case if water resistance is minimal), dab dry with a paper kitchen towel then finish off with a polishing cloth.
    Cheers Roy, last time it was in the watch shop for the strap to be adjusted, she moaned about how clean the strap wasn’t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcin626 View Post
    Just brought my Tag out o hibernation, any good tips for cleaning the strap.

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    Babywipes, then a go-over with microfibre cloth works a treat.
    (assuming no pitting, rust n stuff)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Babywipes, then a go-over with microfibre cloth works a treat.
    (assuming no pitting, rust n stuff)
    Cheers Gary, nothing nasty, its only 3 years old I think, and recently I was wearing my Apple Watch on a daily basis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Babywipes, then a go-over with microfibre cloth works a treat.
    (assuming no pitting, rust n stuff)
    Steer clear of wipes that contain alcohol though as they may degrade seals and gaskets plus I'd be concerned wipes might leave a residue that attracts more dust/dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Babywipes, then a go-over with microfibre cloth works a treat.
    (assuming no pitting, rust n stuff)
    I use babywipes to clean the knobs, and fascia of my preamps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I use babywipes to clean the knobs, and fascia of my preamps.
    oops, i better not
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