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Looking at possibly trying to remove the exterior AR coating on the Lum-Tec I recently picked up in the sales forum, as my previous experience with a Lum_Tec was that it was easy to get light scratches on the outside. From a quick search of old forum posts it looks like dremels were mentioned numerous times, though I do not own one myself. I also saw cape cod pads mentioned but did notice a somewhat recent post where the person had no luck with that after several hours. Assuming I am unable to borrow a dremel has anyone had success recently with any other methods?
 

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I would leave it until it needed removal. You might get several years or more out of it. You might also decide to sell the watch down the track. FWIW though, I've had success with glass polish & acrylic scratch remover (similar to Polywatch) on a q-tip. You shouldn't need a dremel.
 

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Thanks to both of you for the ideas. I'll check them both out, but may wait to see how it holds up in terms of scratches as suggested.
 
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