Nice, I might have removed the oleophobic coating on my Apple Watch

By using lens cleaner, she said it’s fine. Should have looked it up before using it. The puppy got slobber all over my watch case, looked like it got under the case. So I took it off over there, to rinse off the case, and used a towel to dry it. Looked like still some water on it though. Then in the sun noticed hair under it.

So had to clean it again when I got home. Should have used just water.

Soaps and other cleaning products shouldn’t be used.

According to Apple.

So only one cleaning with lens cleaner will get rid of that coating? Impressive. What’s the point in the coating if it’s so easy to remove?

Luckily, I have a case on it, so there won’t be many if any fingerprints on it.

The cleaner I used, might not have something that they say Apple says not to use if it contains. Though it does say the above on Apple’s site. But might be, so people can’t sue em. The screen still works, so I guess it doesn’t matter that much. I used some Costco lens cleaning stuff. Still not completely out, I have some new stuff from Fred Meyer, that I still haven’t opened yet.