The Problem

To ensure that your watch’s appearance looks the best in years to come, it is recommended that you clean and care for your watch on a routine basis.  If you want your watch to look like-new, it is imperative that you make watch care a priority. Otherwise, the condition of your watch will degrade over time and you will have a watch that looks less than desirable.  Oils and salts from your body, body care products, environmental impurities all contribute to build up between the watch case and/or bracelet links.  A duration of neglect leads to dull finishes and dirt and grime that are difficult to remove.

The Solution

The best care you can give your watch is to clean it often and to preserve your investment.  WristClean’s Watch Spray is a formula designed to safely and gently emulsify dirt and body oils/salts from your watch’s surfaces.  It is safe for all metals and crystals, including mineral, acrylic, sapphire, and crystals with anti-reflective coatings.  When you wear your watch, it will accumulate dirt from your body, as well as environmental impurities from earth, mud, water (fresh/salt).  By routinely riding your watch of these impurities and revealing its natural finish, your watch will stay beautiful.  As mentioned previously, it’s the neglected watch, the watch that has not been cleaned in a while that gradually becomes more difficult to clean over time.

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It is best to clean your watch with WristClean’s Watch Spray at least once a week, if not more often.  It is recommended to clean your watch after rigorous activities as well.  This will greatly help keep the finish of your watch like-new.  It is imperative that you follow the manufacturer’s recommended advice on maintaining your watch’s gaskets and water seals to ensure they are still effective and work to keep liquids (water, Watch Spray, etc.) from entering your watch case.

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