For most of you this probably seems like an extremely pointless post. I would totally feel that way if I actually had the common sense on how to clean my white, ceramic watch. Since it’s a Chanel I didn’t and wouldn’t trust anyone with it and Chanel wanted to charge ungodly amounts to disassemble it to clean. As I was shopping for a client at Neiman Marcus a few days ago, one of the jewelry sales associates told me the proper way to clean your own ceramic watches so you don’t have to take them apart or even pay someone to do it for you. When she told me, I thought to myself… DUH.
So, here’s how you do it!
Step 1: Get yourself some jewelry cleaner with a scrub brush. If it doesn’t come with a cleaning brush, get a clean/tester mascara wand.
Step 2: Get the dirty, ceramic watch you want to clean.
Step 3: Dip the wand in the cleaner and literally scrub all over the watch; in the cracks, on the face, on the sides between links, on the clasp, etc. (Yes, this is the easiest thing EVER and I definitely feel like a dummy.)
Step 4: Rinse off and you’re good to go! You should have a brand spankin’ new watch now!