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Mild soap and very little water on a clean rag for the band. Scratches? on the crystal it means new crystal. On the case there may not be a solution depending on whether it is plated or solid metal(Stainless, gold, etc). If sold then it could be buffed. Doesn't sound as if it is a very practical watch.
mcdevito75 here, For the Bezel (top part of the watch) the best bet is to use a jewelers polishing cloth available at any jewelery shop. For the white rubber strap, a few drops of water with a light hand, or dish washing soap on a wet paper towel or cloth should do very well.
you can buy on line try ebay extra long strap 8mm or through the manufactors you should have no problem state buckle color as well a company called Hirsch sell high quality straps and bracelets they surply most of retail high end companys with their straps.
Unfortunately there is no way to get rid of that discolouring.This is due to sunrays+swetting+chemical composite of strap material. Would be too long to explain how it works, so, here is the link where you can order the new strap:
this answer may sound odd but it happens, Everyone exerts different energy. Skagen bands are usually very tolerant of that but something in the band is having an effect from your skin. which is unlikely but very common in other watches. I believe they use copper in the mix for the rose gold bands, you may want to request a silver or gold band next time.. unfortunately the copper does not react well with your skin.
that part is called a Keeper and not easily available ...the company that manufactures the bands does not sell it separately so you would have to buy the complete band to get it...or you could try to find somewhere that would sell you a clean used one...good luck
If your watch band have UV sensitive pigmentation in it, there is nothing you can do, but buy the new band. Find your nearest jeweller and ask to clean watch band in ultrasonic cleaner for 1 hour. If this kind of cleaning doesn't help, that means your watch band is UV sensitive and is and will be discolouring more and more by the time. Alternatively you can try to clean it with the lighter fluid (ZIPPO). Soak a soft cloth in to lighter fluid and clean the band. Start with a small area inside band to make sure the fluid is not reacting as dissolver, as some resins react quite vigorously and tend to transform into chewing gum sort of state. And again- if this cleaning doesn't help, the band is UV sensitive and discolouring is taking place. That discolouring is happening becouse some of the colour pigments used in resin manufacture are sensitive to ultraviolet light and when exposed to sunlight or daylight, they react in a chemical way, changing molecular structure, wich we see as the colour change.This process can not be reversed and this is why the band can not be cleaned. Do not forget to rate please.