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Your buddies pushed you into the pool with your favorite watch still strapped to your wrist. Now there is moisture under the face. The water may evaporate on its own, but you may want to help it along just in case it does not. If you don't want to incur a watch-repair bill, try some of these steps first. Remove the back with a tiny jewelry screwdriver. Let the watch dry naturally. There may be a rubber seal on the back. Before you reassemble the watch, make sure the seal is dry and still tight. If the seal has been damaged, you will need to purchase a new one from a watch-repair shop. Place the watch face down on an absorbent towel in a sunny location like a window sill or the dashboard of your car. It may dry after a brief bask in the sun. Place the watch in a plastic bag filled with rice. Press out the excess air, seal the bag, and allow it to sit for 24 hours. If condensation remains, leave it another day or two. Instead of rice, you can use silica gel packets that come in vitamin bottles, leather goods like purses and shoes, and others products. Silica absorbs 40 percent of its weight in moisture, so one packet in a sealed container should do the trick. Remove the back of the watch with a jewelry screwdriver. Take out the battery. Gently dry the watch with a hair dryer set on low and held approximately 10 inches from the watch. Avoid high heat, as this will damage the gears. Place the watch on top of the radiator or another source of low radiant heat, such as a light bulb. Check it periodically to make sure it's not too hot. Remove the watch as soon as it is dry. Try to avoid getting your watch wet. It may survive one or two dips, but unless the watch is waterproof, it won't last under continued abuse. If there is a lot of water under the face, always remove the battery immediately. This will prevent the watch from shorting. If you own a very expensive watch or your watch has sentimental value, take it to a jeweler. Trying to save a few bucks may not be worth the risk of permanently damaging the timepiece. Take care removing the back of the watch. You can easily damage the gears or springs. Photo Credit man looking at watch image by Ramona smiers from Fotolia.com How to Remove Condensation From a Watch How to Get Moisture Out of a Watch Face; Print this article; Things You ll Need. Watch; Jeweler sized グッズ tools; Watch seal; Magnifying... How to Get Condensation Out of a Watch Face After wearing your watch in a cold climate, you may notice a layer of condensation on its protective glass face. High humidity... How to Remove Water From the Inside of a Watch Face Watches go everywhere with you, so they can get a lot of wear and tear. A common problem with wristwatches is when... 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