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Keep Your Watch Clean
The method of cleaning your watch band depends on its material. Leather, stainless steel, nylon, and rubber are all common types of watch bands. If possible, remove the watch bands before cleaning them so you can wipe them down thoroughly without damaging the watch face.
Leather watch bands (including animal skins like cowhide, ostrich, and crocodile) should be wiped down with a damp cloth. You can add a dab of hand soap to the cloth if your watch band is particularly dirty or has an unpleasant odor to it. Gently dry and buff the leather watch band with a clean cloth before reattaching the watch face. Leather watch bands are more susceptible to damage from perspiration and moisture than metal bands are, so take off your watch if you’re going to exercise, and wipe the straps daily with a dry cloth to remove any collected debris.
Metal watch bands, like stainless steel, silver, gold, and others, can actually rust (despite the ‘stainless’ moniker!). Stainless steel is stainless because it has a layer of oxide covering it. This layer can rust if there’s a lack of oxygen, so make sure your watch is exposed to the air when you’re not wearing it. Salt and perspiration can also make your bands rust, so clean them with a soft brush and soapy warm water. Your watch band should air dry completely before you wear it again.