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  1. Public Forum
    Hi guys, I just got a new Black Bay 58 a couple days ago for my birthday. While I was just playing with the watch*, I put very minor scratches (almost invisible to the naked eye) on the end links. I read up about light polishing and heard that toothpaste helps. But on most discussions there are...
  2. Seiko
    I posted this already on the watchmaking board but nobody seems to browse there much so since this is a seiko i'm hoping maybe somebody can help me here. My Orange Monster gen1 almost never leaves my wrist and after 5 or 6 years it's running fast and looking pretty rough, scratches galore...
  3. Watches - Dealers and Manufacturers
    No matter how careful you are, when you wear your watches the bracelet and case will accumulate tiny scuffs and scratches. In relative short periods of time, these tiny scuffs take their toll on your prized timepiece making them appear old, worn, and less valuable. Get rid of scuffs, scratches...
  4. Oris
    On Friday I received my first Oris, a used older model BC3, which I'd purchased on ebay. I got a very good deal on it since it was a little beat up and in need of some care. Below is a description of how I cleaned it up with some before and afters.Note that this is not a tutorial in any way...
  5. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hi guys, I was wondering, Assuming you have a vintage watch with a plastic crystal which has some scratches on it (fine scratches not deep or dents), How do you go about polishing the scratches to make the crystal scratch-free and clear again? I've heard about plishing materials and polish...
  6. Oris
    Hi all, I'm new here. This is my trusty BC3 ... sadly i was wearing it while cycling and had a crash and it resulted in a few superficial scratches and 2 deeper gouges just either side of 12 o'clock. The gouges in particular make me sad everytime i look at my poor watch! any thoughts on whether...
  7. Seiko
    I recently picked up an orange monster (SKX781) a few months back and had the usual first time frustrations of dealing with the pin & collar bracelet. While it went relatively smoothly (no pins or collars destroyed), there was one where the collar was 0.5-1.0mm from being completely on the pin...
  8. TAG Heuer
    I'm going to purchase a used Tag Aquaracer Auto and wonder what the best product is to remove minor scratches from the bracelet and bezel? I can appreciate that some minor scratches are part of the deal and add "character" but it's new to me and I'd like to be the one who puts them on the watch...
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