Blog posts about Rolex cleaning

Why clean your Rolex Bracelet

We have covered the importance of keeping your Rolex bracelet clean here on Beckertime over these last few years. Unlike other items that people wear, the reasons for keeping your Rolex bracelet clean are not apparent. It is not like a Rolex bracelet becomes visibly dirty with the notable exception of gold links becoming tarnished, […]

Thoughts On Cleaning Your Watch – Part 3

Non waterproof watch on Leather, Rubber, NATO, Stainless steel or Precious metal This part of the article will only look after the watch itself and not the type of strap as they have all been covered. Seeing as it is a watch is not waterproof then no water or any other liquid for that matter. […]

Thoughts On Cleaning Your Watch – Part 2

Last week I went covered briefly how I clean my stainless steel and precious metal pieces, this article will cover those timepieces on rubber and NATO straps as well as leather straps. Waterproof watch on Rubber and NATO. First we have the watches on rubber straps, these predominantly are treated by me in exactly the […]

Thoughts On Cleaning Your Watch – Part 1

Having handled a large number of watches in my time and also possessing extremely oily skin, I am prone to leaving my grubby paw prints over everything! I would be a rather rubbish thief… Right, first and foremost it boils down to what time of timepiece you are trying to clean. Is it waterproof, because […]

Keeping your Rolex new looking and clean

There are various thoughts on keeping Rolex’s clean and new looking. Even though Rolex wristwatches are designed to withstand the elements, the 904L steel Rolex utilizes in its cases and bracelets do become slightly dull with use, and a clean bracelet will last longer and not stretch as quickly. Fortunately, 904L stainless steel is incredibly […]