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    Cleaning your G?

    So, what do you do to clean your g-shock?

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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    You might have a look at some of the threads that come up with this Google search.

    site:forums.watchuseek.com/f17/ clean

    https://www.google.com/search?safe=o....0.C3y_an1lQ4k
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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Just lick it!

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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Rinse it under a faucet once in awhile.

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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Take a shower with it. But be careful itax void your warranty...
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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Rinse daily in warm water after wearing then wipe with a cloth.

    If you've been to the beach, especially if you went swimming, rinse in fresh water, soak a bit in fresh water, then wipe with a cloth.

    Keep a soft toothbrush and can of compressed air handy for particularly bad days.

    Make these things a habit and I imagine "deep cleaning" should never be necessary.

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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Water, soft old toothbrush, and a drop of dish soap. But only if needed, otherwise, just rinse it.

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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    Rinse it under a faucet once in awhile.
    Like, everyday. It takes less than a minute as one prepares to shower.
    A man wearing a watch, outside of purely social functions (where, strictly speaking, a watch is not supposed to be worn), makes it clear to everyone in his purview that they are in the presence of a man who considers his time something of value, not something to be wasted.




    A man wearing an ostentatiously expensive watch makes it clear to everyone in his purview that they are in the presence of a man who considers little.



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    Re: Cleaning your G?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fire N. Furious View Post
    Just lick it!

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    A man wearing a watch, outside of purely social functions (where, strictly speaking, a watch is not supposed to be worn), makes it clear to everyone in his purview that they are in the presence of a man who considers his time something of value, not something to be wasted.




    A man wearing an ostentatiously expensive watch makes it clear to everyone in his purview that they are in the presence of a man who considers little.



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