If you find that your watch is in water, the first task is to send it to a watch repair store as soon as possible to do the drying, and if the water is serious, to do the oil washing process. If the watch is not repaired in time, the water will make the steel parts in the watch movement embroidered, and once the tiny watch parts are rusted, they usually need to be replaced, and the repair cost will be great in the future, knowing that water damage to the watch is “catastrophic”.
In addition to the movement parts, prolonged exposure to moisture can cause discoloration, blistering and rusting of the dial and hands of the watch. The watch has been repeatedly exposed to water, which requires extra care and attention when you wear it.
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