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★Remove Case & Bracelet Scratches★Brushed & Mirror finishes★Satisfaction Guaranteed!★

★See Before & After attached pic sent in from a customer!! Scratched his Invicta COSC on a stone wall.

:-! See bottom of this ad for info.

No matter how careful you are, wearing your watch will eventually cause it scuffs and scratches. Now you don't have to accept the scratches anymore! Get rid of them quickly and easily and produce a brilliant mirror finish or a brushed/satin finish in just minutes!

To remove scratches and create a mirror finish on your watch you need to remove surface imperfections. How smooth do you think you can get a metal surface? Light reflecting off of a metal surface reveals the most minute imperfections. That is why you must precisely hone the surface down to tolerances measured in microns. 1 micron is equivalent to 0.00003937 inches or 0.001 millimeters.

Most people are not familiar with dealing in terms of microns; so to help put this into perspective consider the following:

A Grain of Table Salt = 100 microns

A Human Hair (average diameter) = 50-70 microns

A White Blood Cell = 25 microns

Talcum Powder = 10 microns

A Red Blood Cell = 8 microns

Bacteria (Cocci) = 2 microns

This kit will allow you to polish imperfections done to around 1 micron or less!

The assortment of abrasives included in this kit are: 30, 15, 9, 3, 2, & 1 micron.
There are 16 squares per sheet, each square measures approximately .8125" or 2.06 centimeters each. Each square is labeled with its micron rating to simplify the task of scratch removal and polishing. You will not find this system selling anywhere else, so if you're tired of paying a jeweler to touch up your watches or rings why not give this system a try?

The system is simple to use and comes with step-by-step instructions that explain how to produce a satin/brushed finish or a spectacular mirror finish on watches or rings. This kit can be taken anywhere and used anytime; there are no smelly polishes to spill, and no expensive equipment needed. I have hundreds of satisfied customers all around the world, try asking around the various forums and find out how much they love these kits.

The Deluxe kit includes a set of six optical grade micron abrasive sheets, a non-slip work pad, and a Shino Rouge Cloth!
The Shino Rouge Cloth is heavily impregnated with a sub-micron graded abrasive to further polish and bring out the luster in the metal.

The Deluxe kit sells for $19.99 shipped in the U.S. and $21.99 shipped outside of the U.S.

If you already have a Jeweler's Rouge cloth, the Basic kit is available without it. (The Shino cloth is better than a standard rouge cloth and worth checking out!)
The Basic kit sells for $14.49 shipped in the U.S. and $15.49 shipped outside of the U.S.

If you just want the Shino rouge cloth.
The Shino rouge cloth sells for $7.49 shipped in the U.S. and $8.49 shipped outside of the U.S.

PayPal payments to: [email protected]

NEW! Pay with your Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover card!
Just email me your request and I'll email you a Credit card payment invoice or a direct secure payment link!
(*Requires a Google Checkout account...but its FREE!)

Shipping is available WORLDWIDE!
Attention Overseas customers:
If your address does not show as "confirmed" in PayPal you need to reply to my email confirming your shipping address before your order will ship.

These kits can be used on nearly any SOLID metal surface from Stainless Steel, Gold, Silver, Platinum, and Titanium just to name a few. Not intended for use on plated metals! You may need to rinse your watch with water or damp paper tower and wash your hands with soap to remove the excess rouge dust; it washes of easily and is proof of the extremely high rouge content of the Shino cloth!

Your satisfaction is GUARANTEED or return the kit for a refund, so get a kit today and get rid of the ugly scuffs and scratches!

Got questions? Great! I love em! Just email and I will try to answer as promptly as I can.

Please email any questions and credit card invoice requests to: [email protected]


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