WRISTCLEAN WATCH DRYING CLOTH VS. WRISTCLEAN WATCH CLOTH HD5 - THE DIFFERENCE AND WHICH TO USE

Posted by WristClean Worldwide on 01 March, 2017 0 comments

If you are looking for a cloth that can be used to dry your watch and wipe off fingerprints and smears without scratching, WristClean cloths are the very best.  Not all microfiber and material are the same and some are quite frankly, cheaply made.  WristClean is dedicated to superior watch care and only offers high-quality watch cloths.  Whether you are cleaning a Timex or a Rolex, your watch deserves the very best.

WristClean Watch Cloths

WristClean’s HD5

For Use:  Everyday, Between Bathing Your Watch, Wipes Away Fingerprints/Dirt/Oils/Salts/Impurities

WristClean’s Watch Cloth HD5 is the ultimate watch cloth.  HD5’s luxury feel and ability to gently wipe off fingerprints, dirt, and impurities from watch surfaces (case and/or bracelet) is unparalleled.  Its super high-quality microfiber is not impregnated with rouge or anything that would alter your watch’s factory finish.  It will NOT scratch highly-polished surfaces. HD5 is recommended for use between cleanings.  The material is thinner, but made of 100% microfiber.

WristClean’s Drying Cloth

For Use:  Occasionally, After Bathing Your Watch, Dries Water from Your Watch Case and/or Bracelet

WristClean’s Drying Cloths are recommended to be used for drying your watch after cleaning with Watch Spray and rinsing with water (if your watch is water-resistant).  The material is thicker than WristClean’s HD5 and feels like suede.  Its thicker material is better to absorb water and liquids than the HD5.

Which Cloth Should I Use?

Though both cloths have different intended uses during the watch cleaning process, either cloth can be utilized entirely.  It can be a matter of preference and desirability.  Some customers prefer to use the HD5 exclusively – for both drying and removing fingerprints in between cleanings.

For any questions or assistance, please email info@wristclean.com.

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