For Solo Loop, Sport Band, and Nike Sport Band:
For Solo Loop, Sport Band, and Nike Sport Band: Wipe the band clean with a nonabrasive, lint-free cloth. If necessary, lightly dampen the cloth with fresh water. With these bands, you can also use mild hypoallergenic hand soap for cleaning.
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For the average Watch owner Of the two we would recommend the Sport Loop, which is extremely comfortable and easier to slip on. The Sport Band is fine, but it can take a little while to learn how to slip it on quickly.
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You still might get a little initial wrist pinching when tucking the band if you're in a humid climate, but overall, the clasp keeps the watch incredibly secure on your wrist and gets easier to one-handedly put on with time.
For leather bands:
Feel free to clean your fluoroelastomer Apple Watch band using warm water and gentle soap to remove stubborn stains. White Apple Watch Sport Bands are particularly hard to clean. Luckily, you can usually use a magic eraser to remove most of these stains.
Because it is not considered water resistant, Apple recommends not to use a lot of water when washing it. Although it isn't recommended, many people choose to soak woven nylon bands in warm water and scrub them with a soft-bristled toothbrush to get dirt out of all the grooves.
Silicone: Silicone Apple Watch bands are water proof, so can be washed with warm water and hand soap. Avoid harsh cleaning agents as that may degrade the protective coating around the band.
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR APPLE WATCH SCRUNCHIE BAND
If your band has spots or stains, you can use a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol, or create a paste made from one (1) part lemon juice and one (1) part cream of tartar. Work the solution into the spot with a soft cloth. If the spot is particularly stubborn, leave it for a few hours or overnight, then wipe clean.