Rolex watches are designed for everyday use and are built to last a lifetime with little maintenance required by the user. Like other mechanical products, Rolex requires regular maintenance of its precision movements, which replica Rolex recommends every ten years. However, this is not something you can do yourself – it can only be attempted by a professional watchmaker. As for what you need to do as a user, little more is required than daily wear and regular cleaning of its external surfaces.
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In addition to maintaining your watch cosmetically, cleaning your Rolex is an important part of ownership, as it helps ensure that no environmental particles or chemicals adhere to the watch and negatively affect its various components or its functionality. For example, when you wear your fake Rolex for a swim in the ocean, be sure to rinse it off with water afterward to remove any residual salt, sand, and other debris that may have stuck to it. Residual salt and sand can act as abrasive, and rinsing your watch can help extend the life of its components and finishes.
With this in mind, rinsing your watch or submerging it in water should only be used on Rolex models with water-resistant oyster shells. Also, even if the watch you are cleaning is an oyster shell, you must first ensure that the winding crown is fully screwed onto the case before your watch comes into contact with water. Failure to do so may result in water entering your watch, which, depending on the degree of water intrusion, may require expensive repairs.
Depending on the level of cleaning required and the tools available, you can also remove the Rolex bracelet to make it easier to clean. Unlike some luxury watches fitted with matching metal bracelets, Rolex replica watches have bracelets that can be removed from the case. Some watch owners like this feature because it allows them to easily change the look of their Rolex by swapping out the bracelet for a strap.
Once the bracelet is removed from the watch, you will have access to the area between the lugs on the case and the inner face of the bracelet end links. Also, if you have an ultrasonic cleaner, you can put your Rolex strap in it to help remove dust and dirt from hard-to-reach areas – just be sure not to put the actual watch itself inside the ultrasonic, as this will potentially dampen the inside of your watch.
You can always wipe your watch with a soft cloth as a quick and easy way to remove dirt and keep it shiny. Polishing cloths may sound appealing, but the polish they contain often contains abrasives that can actually further damage the surface shine of your watch. Instead, you’ll want to use a material that is soft and free of additional cleaning chemicals and abrasives, such as a microfiber cloth or the wipes found in eyewear cleaning kits.