The Apple Watch screens must be cleaned with a microfiber and take into account some essential points. This is what you should do.
Cleaning your smartwatch is easy, but doing it right is the most important thing. From smudges and smudges to dust, it can become apparent on smartwatches. Therefore, to keep dust and viruses away, it is necessary to clean the watch regularly. If you’re using something premium like an Apple Watch, then it becomes even more important to keep your smartwatch’s screen and band clean. Here is a guide so you know step by step what you have to do to keep your Apple Watch clean. Have a look.
How to clean your Apple Watch:
- First of all, turn off your Apple Watch and remove it from the charger.
- Then, clean your Apple Watch with a non-abrasive, lint-free cloth. If necessary, lightly moisten the cloth with fresh water.
- If your Apple Watch has visible substances or debris in places like the speaker ports, you can hold your Apple Watch under a light stream of warm, cool water until clean.
- You should keep in mind that you should avoid soaps and other cleaning products.
- Now, dry your Apple Watch with a non-abrasive, lint-free cloth, including the surface of the back glass.
How to clean your Apple Watch band
Remove the band from your Apple Watch before cleaning it. Then, for leather straps, wipe them down with a lint-free cloth and, if necessary, lightly dampen the cloth with fresh water.
You should be aware that leather straps are not waterproof, so do not submerge them in water.
If your watch has a Solo Loop, Braided Solo Loop, Sport Band, Sport Loop, Ocean Band, Alpine Loop or Trail Loop style strap, then you can also use a mild hypoallergenic hand soap to clean it.
Allow the band to air dry completely before attaching it to your Apple Watch.
Should you use disinfectant to clean Apple Watch?
If you’re concerned about whether or not you should use disinfectant to clean your Apple Watch, know that Apple says that as long as you “use a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe, 75 percent ethyl alcohol wipe, or Clorox disinfecting wipes, you can gently clean the outer surfaces of your Apple Watch.” However, you should not use it on fabric or leather straps, however, do not use products that contain bleach or hydrogen peroxide.