Shucks! I just got my orbital sander and belt sander ready to clean my woven band. Guess ill go back to my carbon steel wire. Just warm water and a drop of soap does mine wonders.You won't damage it with soap n' water.
Now, if you were going to try to clean it with steel wool and sandpaper, then it's good you came here to ask first.
Or just wash it every few days.Apple should come clean and inform the customers that they should indeed use something stronger than "lint free cloth" to get the sweat smell off of the woven nylon band.
Hey smartass I wash my watches every day in the shower, but I live in a warm and humid place and the band does have issues with sweat. You shouldn't worry about other people higienes but yourself. Maybe next time try to add good ideas instead of dropping funny ones. Take care.Or just wash it every few days.
Jeez-laweeze, I'd hate to find out how long some people go before washing their underwear...
I know it may seem obvious, but don't put the actual watch module in one of these. There were a number of people who tried it with the original watch back in the day, and screwed the Taptic Engine up.I've heard some people use an ultrasonic cleaner to get rid of the dirt on their nylon straps such as this one - https://www.amazon.com/Magnasonic-Professional-Ultrasonic-Instruments-CD2800/dp/B00HZVYAVM/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1491552602&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=ultrasonic+cleaner&psc=1
I'm confused by this bit. Do you mean the temperature on the iron should be low, but high if the strap is dry?followed by an iron on a very low high when dry
Sorry I meant 'very low heat'I'm confused by this bit. Do you mean the temperature on the iron should be low, but high if the strap is dry?
edit: or should I just replace the word 'high' with 'temperature', i.e. "followed by an iron on a very low temperature when dry"?
edit 2: I think I've decided it has to be the latter, as a hot iron would just melt the nylon. So, I think I've answered my own question!