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      09-14-2017 03:30 PM #1
      My Oris is getting stinky. Any tips or recommendations for cleaning the titanium case and bracelet? I'd prefer anything that does not require me to submerge the watch. I had a jeweler open a year or two ago to re-attach the second hand (dropped the watch on our tile floor...) so I don't know how water proof it really still is.

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    3. 09-15-2017 01:34 AM #2
      soft tooth brush and something like 'fantastic" cleaner simple green, even windex, dip the brush and scrub........should be able to submerge the bracelet,

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      09-15-2017 09:01 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by mauislick View Post
      soft tooth brush and something like 'fantastic" cleaner simple green, even windex, dip the brush and scrub........should be able to submerge the bracelet,
      Thanks!
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      12-09-2017 06:36 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by Hostile View Post
      My Oris is getting stinky. Any tips or recommendations for cleaning the titanium case and bracelet? I'd prefer anything that does not require me to submerge the watch. I had a jeweler open a year or two ago to re-attach the second hand (dropped the watch on our tile floor...) so I don't know how water proof it really still is.

      Thanks.
      I shower with mine and use my washcloth to remove the gunk from the caseback and bracelet.

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      06-04-2018 08:23 PM #5
      https://www.amazon.com/Brilliant%C2%...ewelry+cleaner

      10 seconds submerged, all sorts of crud runs out of my stainless steel bracelets. Brush takes out the remnants.
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