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You would have to unscrew the back (needs a special tool) and leave it open to dry..then probably have it cleaned. Only a professional watch mender can do this.
BUT Rolex watches are water resistant. It either isnt as Rolex, or you went too deep
If you don't have this ORIGINAL VALID STAMPED INTERNATIONAL ROLEX WARRANTY then your watch does not have any warranty. Just approach the dealer and ask him for ORIGINAL VALID STAMPED INTERNATIONAL ROLEX WARRANTY otherwise your watch does not have any warranty
On the clasp of the watch. There are small holes ware the spring bar sits.
More current models do not have holes that go all the way through on the buckle but the spring bar still sits in between. With a small screw driver press in tward the middle of the strap ware the spring bar sits at the end of the leather strap. Pop out the strap and the spring bar and then place it into the slot that fits.
Plain and simple, It is in need of a service. My recommendation is to take it to an independent watch marker. My watchmaker is $125 for a full service and has a 2 day turn around time. VS Rolex is $550 plus and who knows how long.