Leather watchbands – We do not recommend you to wash the leather wristband. Exposure to water can 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 watchbands – After removing the watch face from the wristband, apply lukewarm water and soap to the band and scrub gently. Then rinse the band and leave it to dry flat on a towel.
Mesh watchbands- After removing the watch face from the wristband, gently scrub the mesh strap with a mix of water and just a little bit of detergent using a toothbrush or similar item to get in-between the spaces of your band.
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.