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Using a microwave to cure a smelly leather strap


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After reading a tip about putting watch straps in the freezer overnight to kill the bacteria that cause an unpleasant odour, particularly in these warm and humid days, I thought a blast in the microwa

I've used a 13mm combination spanner, and the leg of my spectacles to stir my tea, so I dare say using the shaft of a ball pein hammer wouldn't be too different to using a spurtle.

Correct  Ruined a perfectly good pair of Armani jeans trying to dry them in a microwave.  And the microwave never worked again  Don't ask 

15 hours ago, Roger the Dodger said:

You didn't mention which watch it came off...would a bracelet be a better option? At least you can clean them in a cheap ultrasonic machine without fear of a catastrophic melt down....:thumbsup:

It is a dress watch.   I did buy the watch on a bracelet but it looks a bit more elegant to my mind on leather.  The bracelet is a tad blingy. 

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