Does the watch band stain from normal wear and tear? I want the white band but don't want it if is will eventually look dirty.
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I have several of the silicone bands and they are simple to clean. The white band ( my favorite ) cleans up simple with soap and water - take the band off of the case though first.
- Answered by Joshua W from Alma
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I can't speak to the white band specifically, but I've the black/anthracite band for over a year, putting it through a thousand miles of running and mountain climbing, and it still looks more or less new — no discoloration, damage, etc. From time to time it gets a little crusty with dirt or sweat; for that I just take the band off the watch and wipe it down with a damp cloth. Before this I used the blue non-Nike sport band and it seemed to be more prone to staining.
- Answered by Michael M from Rush
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This band is a very light grey with white around the holes. Therefore it doesn't look dirty with wear.
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