How To Clean Casio Titanium Watches

By keeping some basic guidelines in mind, you can learn how to clean Casio titanium watches. Having a clean Casio titanium watch will not only improve its look, but will ensure that it is working properly.

  1. Purchase a small, clean brush with firm bristles to clean the Casio titanium watch. Typically, you can find a jewelry brush at most high quality jewelry stores. If you do not have one of these stores near your area, a clean toothbrush will also do a relatively good job. Use the brush to lightly clean the exterior of the Casio titanium watch. Brush off any loose dirt, dust, or grime.
  2. Put a small amount of dish soap or laundry detergent into a small bowl, and fill about halfway with clean, warm water. Use your finger to gently swish the soap and water around, mixing it evenly. Dip the jewelry brush into the soapy water, and allow it to soak for a few minutes. Use to brush to gently wash the exterior of the Casio titanium watch.
  3. Pour a small amount of rubbing alcohol into a small bowl. Carefully dip one end of a Qtip into the alcohol, and use it to gently scrub the exterior of the watch. This not only helps to remove any germs that were not killed through washing, but a Qtip will allow you to get into the small cracks and crevices that might have been missed with the jewelry brush.
  4. Allow the Casio titanium watch to dry thoroughly before use. Buff it with a clean, dry cloth once it has dried completely.

 

 

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