Ceramic watch bracelets are very easy to clean. Usually, a soft cloth, dampened with water, and then dried does the trick. They are very scratch resistant, as is part of their appeal, but can be prone to cracking and shattering if dropped or hit on a hard surface. It is good practice to periodically inspect your ceramic bracelets and case. If you notice any cracks or chips, be sure to check your manual for the manufacturer’s recommended next steps. If a crack or chip is closer to the clasp than to the case (without being directly connected), and you have extra links, many times the broken pieces can be switched for the spares. If a crack or chip is directly connected to the clasp, close to the case, or is on the case itself, usually sending the watch on a trip to the manufacturer or installing a new bracelet will solve the issue.