How To Clean Omega Watch
When you learn how to clean an Omega watch correctly, you will keep this exclusive timepiece looking its finest. All water-resistant cases and metal bracelet type Omega watches can be cleaned in the same, simple manner. In addition, by keeping up with a proper cleaning schedule, you might avoid expensive repairs. Many times, when individuals first receive a high-end luxury item such as this, they are overzealous in their cleaning rituals of the piece. This can cause a major disruption in your watch's delicate inner mechanisms. This cleaning process is simple and not at all time-consuming. When you clean an Omega watch properly, you can be sure you will garner a substantial amount of attention for the lifetime of the watch.
To clean your Omega watch, you will need:
- Warm, soapy water
- Two soft, dust-free cloths
- A toothbrush
- A round wooden toothpick
- Gently pick out any dirt or debris from the metal bracelet of your Omega watch. Make sure you are not overzealous when cleaning out the links because you risk scratching the metal. If you scratch your watch, you will devalue it no matter how minor the scratch is.
- Wipe your Omega watch with a clean dust-free cloth to make sure you remove any dust particles and grime. Make sure you wipe off any prints or smudges on the face of the watch.
- Lightly dip your toothbrush into the soapy water and gently brush the Omega watch with soft strokes. Take great care not to get the mechanisms wet by not saturating the toothbrush. A toothbrush that's too wet might result in internal gear damage.
- Dry your Omega watch by lying it on a soft, dust-free cloth. Gently dab the water off your watch and make sure it is completely dry before wearing it. Never use alcohol or other harsh chemicals on your Omega watch because not only might you damage the finish, your warranty may be voided if you do not follow the manufacturer's cleaning suggestions.
If you are hesitant to clean your own Omega watch, take it to a jeweler who has experience cleaning luxury watches. If the watch is especially dirty, the jeweler might be able to use special tools or ultrasonic cleaning methods to clean your Omega watch, restoring it to its original luster.