So your used G-Shock has arrived. First thing most will want to do is give the watch a good clean to remove dirt / soap / skin / DNA which can accumulate after years of use. Sadly there is no magic method for cleaning your G-Shock, all it needs is a little effort.

[top]What you need

  • Warm water
  • Liquid soap
  • Small toothbrush (not to be used on teeth again)
  • Cotton buds
  • Sink or container for water
  • Tools for removing band and bezel (optional)

[top]Remove the G-Shock band and bezel (optional)


The first step is optional. If the watch is very dirty we recommend you remove the watch band and bezel to facilitate cleaning.

[top]Place G-Shock into warm soapy water


No miracle chemicals here. Just place the watch into a sink or container of warm soapy water.

Cleaning a G-Shock #1

[top]Scrub G-Shock with tootbrush and cotton bud


No miracle chemicals here. Just place the watch into a sink or container of warm soapy water. Then scrub clean with a toothbrush and / or cotton bud. Take care you remove dirt from every nook and cranny in the bezel.

Cleaning a G-Shock #2

Cleaning a G-Shock #3

[top]Rinse your watch


Thoroughly rinse the watch with water to remove all soap residue

[top]Dry watch and reassemble


Allow the band, bezel and watch to dry out. If you have removed band and bezel reassemble the watch once dry.

Cleaning a G-Shock #3
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