Leather wristband – We do not recommend you to wash the leather wristband. Any exposure to water will dry the leather and possibly cause damage to the wristband. However, a local watchmaker or watch retailer may have cleaning products specifically designed for leather.
NATO wristband – Always remove the watch face from the wristband. Use lukewarm water together with soap and gently brush the wristband. Leave it to dry flat on a towel.
Mesh wristband - With the Mesh strap, we recommend giving it a light clean by mixing some water and detergent. Please use a toothbrush and a cotton swab to clean it. The toothbrush can be good to reach into the small spaces in between.
Please do always remove the strap from the watch face when cleaning the strap.
Link watches - To clean the stainless-steel link watch a soft brush is the best tool. Make sure that the brush is clean as the material is sensitive. To clean the ceramic link watch, use a damp cloth to wipe the watch and polish it with a lint-free cloth.