Spa Day

I did a dumb thing today; spraying sunscreen on my watch.

That meant I should just do a spa day for all of them.

Little soapy water, a toothbrush and voila!

All my pieces are fresh & clean.

How often do you give yours a little TLC?

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Waterproof watches I'll usually rinse under the tap after a week of wear, and give a thorough scrub with the toothbrush once a month, or if I notice some grime accumulating around the caseback.

More delicate pieces I try to wipe down each time before putting them back into the box.

That probably felt therapeutic for you and your watches. It's nice occasionally to just zone out on a task like this where one can feel satisfied with the results. It's the kind of thing I sometimes do when I'm avoiding a more important task like fixing a leaky faucet or replacing a few roof shingles. Not exactly being lazy and unproductive but purposely avoiding something less fun.

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Beanna

Waterproof watches I'll usually rinse under the tap after a week of wear, and give a thorough scrub with the toothbrush once a month, or if I notice some grime accumulating around the caseback.

More delicate pieces I try to wipe down each time before putting them back into the box.

Pretty close to my regime!

It depends on how dirty my watches look. Though they at least get a quick wipe down when I wear them.

I've been lazy as you can see from my greasy #wruw pics 馃ぃ

Ha! today is Strapapalooza day at my house. Been doing a lot of spring cleaning of bracelets and had some new straps show up yesterday and today. So going through the whole lot, which is a Lot! Loving this Vario 2 piece on my solar G. reminds me of Keith Haring artwork

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Every day I give my turtle a little rinse, a shine with a microfiber cloth, and a quick squeeze of my dust blower before my WRUW post.

epochalanalogs

Every day I give my turtle a little rinse, a shine with a microfiber cloth, and a quick squeeze of my dust blower before my WRUW post.

Fluffing it up nicely 馃槈馃ぃ