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Tuesday, September 7, 2010


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Say Hi to my new friend...the G-SHOCK 7900 in mainly white and blue :) I've owned other colors, but never a white one and I noticed that they can get smudged with everyday wear...so I thought I'd find a tutorial on how to keep your dope white G-shocks clean as white needs to be. I don't know this nerdy kid in the video but I'm assuming that his cleaning method works. Although personally I think you could easily clean off any dirt with just mild soap and a toothbrush, which would remove any dirt for the most part.

Nail polish remover, otherwise known as acetone is an aggressive organic cleaner which could damage the resin band, and this video doesn't address the passive staining that becomes a part of your watch over time. Nothing white is gonna last forever...so the best thing for any White G-Shock, just as it is with White sneakers is "moderate use" (don't go to sleep with your white watch on, and don't over wear any watch with a white band, accessorize in accordance with your outfit only).

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