Cleaning white G Shocks !!

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    Cool Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    Sup guys


    My watch is a little dirty and I want to clean it. Can you guys help me out?

    I don't know how to clean white glossy g-shocks ~

    Please tell me some ways to clean that WORK!!

    :thanks

    EDIT: It has yellow'd a little bit.. how to remove the yellow tint?
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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    here we go again with those white dirty G's

    http://ll-images.veoh.com/image.out?...1253120892.jpg

    try the search, there was a thread few days ago about it.

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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    I've tried toothpaste... don't work. Any other suggestions guys? :)

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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    I've tried all of those methods... shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, warm water, soap.
    I don't want to risk bleaching. Any other suggestions?

    I appreciate your help DimitrisRHO.

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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    Quote Originally Posted by favella View Post
    I've tried all of those methods... shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, warm water, soap.
    I don't want to risk bleaching. Any other suggestions?

    I appreciate your help DimitrisRHO.
    get a new strap and bezel and stay away from white G's next time

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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    Haha, but I like the watch. I don't want to buy a new strap and bezel..

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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    Quote Originally Posted by favella View Post
    I've tried all of those methods... shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, warm water, soap.
    I don't want to risk bleaching. Any other suggestions?

    I appreciate your help DimitrisRHO.
    Have you tried nail polish remover? That's what I use (on a Q-tip works best so you can get in all those tight spots) after I do the best I can with warm water and soap.

    Oh yeah, and welcome to the forum and WUS!
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    Re: Cleaning white G Shocks !!

    Try Goop Hand Cleaner. This stuff is amazing. Gets stains out of anything. Rinses clean with water. You can get it at big box (WalMart, Target), grocery and auto parts stores. It's about 2-3 dollars for a tub that will last a long time. It works best if you let it sit for a while - the directions suggest 20 min at least. If you are going to put it on a stain for a long time (like on clothes), seal them in a plastic zip lock bag so that it doesn't dry out. I've used it on black g-shocks with great results and no problems.

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    Mr Clean Magic Eraser works well. Try it.

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