Watch Cleaning

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    Watch Cleaning

    I know this had been discussed before. I was wondering what the best method is for cleaning my watch. Some have mentioned a toothbrush technique. I just don't want to scratch the case. Suggestions?
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    Re: Watch Cleaning

    Check out this thread. (I am not condoning the use of an ultrasonic cleaner as I think it is unnecessary)

    click HERE

    a little soap and water---even just using your hands---will work wonders
    Last edited by Jason71; December 12th, 2007 at 21:55.
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    Re: Watch Cleaning

    Thanks JC. Now I remember reading that. Sounds simple enough. I guess it is probably important to use a soft toothbrush. Other than that, easy.

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    Re: Watch Cleaning

    I'd just like to add, that if you're photographing the watch a quick wipedown for fingerprints with a microfiber watch cloth works wonders.

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    Re: Watch Cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by jstawasz View Post
    I'd just like to add, that if you're photographing the watch a quick wipedown for fingerprints with a microfiber watch cloth works wonders.

    Joe
    It is amazing how you DO NOT see the fingerprints until you take the close-up pics.
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    Re: Watch Cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by jclevoy View Post
    It is amazing how you DO NOT see the fingerprints until you take the close-up pics.

    In my case, the fingerprints HELP to cover up the dings, scratches and sworls (is that even a word?)...

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    Re: Watch Cleaning

    I tend to use a very soft toothbrush and a wee drop of washing up liquid on it. Sure does bring them up superclean and kind to you hands as well

    Pete

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