How do you clean a white silicone watch band
The easiest thing to try is a clean regular pencil eraser. It’s perfect for removing marks and smudges from rubber (Tip: use white erasers as the pink ones may leave pink smudges). Simply rub the stained area until removed. Damp cleansing cloths for computer monitors might also work well to remove dirt from rubber straps.
If that doesn't work try a soak in some water and mild detergent. If that doesn't do the trick, some folks swear by using a paste of Bon Ami, water, baking soda and SoftScrub. Mr Clean's Magic Eraser is also reported to work well. Keep on top of the the latest ways to keep a white silicone watchband clean here.
To control dirt before it gets out of hand, clean the straps daily with a mild soap and water to remove any oils, lotions, etc. Refrain from using any brushes on a daily basis as it can diminish the lifespan of the straps.
In wristwatch news, China is to cut by 60% import tariffs on Swiss watches over 10 years as part of a free-trade agreement, as luxury watchmakers battle to stem falling sales in the country. Under this pact, Switzerland will offer zero tariffs on 99.7% of the value of goods from China, while China will allow 84% of Swiss exports to be duty-free, this is to be signed in July.