Next time your ready to rejuvenate your Swiss watch, try this cheap but high impact trick. First, get an old soft-bristle toothbrush or purchase a new one with soft bristles, if you don't have an old one lying around.
Second, if you have a leather band or some other bracelet that could be damaged by water, remove that from the case first.
Third, determine if your watch is water resistant for light duty around the sink. If it isn't or you aren't sure, check out our exclusive water guidance classifications or be careful not to expose the case directly to water.
Next, run some cold water and gently scrub away debris. You do not need detergent, vinegar, or any other solutions.
When you are finished, use a dry or slightly damp soft cloth to remove any excess dirt. Let dry or use a a soft, lint-free cloth before reattaching bracelet or wearing.