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Cleaning A Rubber Band...


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Greetings everyone, from "sunny" ( +38C!! ) Athens!

I own a Citizen Promaster 1000m, on the original proprietary rubber band.

After taking the watch to several beach sessions, the band started showing some whitish stains, especially at hard to get at places, like the holes for the band buckle.

Let me note that I clean the watch, using fresh water and toothbrush, after every swim or dive in salt or pool water.

The titanium case and crystal become like new, but the stains stay on the band. Applying gentle force with the toothbrush seems to have little, if any, effect. I don't use any detergent or soap of any kind.

Any ideas?

Thank you in advance!

George.

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