Caring For Your Rolex Watch
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Taking proper care of your Rolex watch is the key to its longevity and value. First, Sant blanc recommends that you read the luxury Swiss timepiece manual that you received with your watch; this will help you understand how your Rolex watch works.
Winding Your Rolex
Most Rolex watches have automatic movements, and therefore, need to be wound. Sant blanc recommends that you wind your Rolex at least once a month by gently unscrewing the Rolex crown until it slightly springs out from the case. Then, turn the Rolex crown clockwise approximately 40 times to ensure a good winding. Push the Rolex crown back gently and screw it down tight to the case. Rolex watches are designed to be worn everyday to propel the movement to self-wind. If you do not wear your Rolex on a regular basis you will need to wind your watch as described when needed.
Cleaning Your Rolex
If your Rolex needs a minor cleaning, use a soft sponge with mild soap and water to clean the luxury bracelet. Before you do this make sure that the Rolex crown is fully tightened down to the case. To dry the luxury watch, use a soft towel and let it air dry.
For removing fingerprints, use a soft polishing cloth.
- Do not wear other jewelry on your wrist while wearing your Rolex. This will prevent scratches and damage to the timepiece.
- Make sure the crown on your Rolex is always tightly screwed down to the case.
- When you are not wearing your Rolex, place it on a polishing cloth on a flat surface. Place your watch in a cool, dry, place that is safe.
Sant Blanc recommends that you have a full service on your Rolex every three to five years to keep it in full functioning condition, lubricated, and pristine for you to enjoy. For additional questions or information on servicing your Rolex please contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org or 417.336.9180