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Excellent work, Im a fan of a red scotchbrite pad for the same effect !


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Thanks gentlemen. Not perfect but it’s an improvement. Sandpaper doesn’t work well on non flat surface. It doesn’t reach down on the surface evenly on bumpy surface of the bracelet.

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Does Scotch Brite come in fine grit or just a course pad?

What about SOS steel wool pad?


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Could probably use varying grits of steel wool,

I use 0000 to polish guitar frets and hardware
 

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Thanks gentlemen. Not perfect but it’s an improvement. Sandpaper doesn’t work well on non flat surface. It doesn’t reach down on the surface evenly on bumpy surface of the bracelet.

Watchman83,
Does Scotch Brite come in fine grit or just a course pad?

What about SOS steel wool pad?


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Its just a pad prokhmer this was my Longines after brushing the pcl’s out





Like you say not 100% but it was worn anyway so i had nothing to lose and i was super happy with the results, ive done a few more since !
Also works great on scratched clasps


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Its just a pad prokhmer this was my Longines after brushing the pcl’s out





Like you say not 100% but it was worn anyway so i had nothing to lose and i was super happy with the results, ive done a few more since !
Also works great on scratched clasps


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Thanks! I will try that next time. Any particular Scotch Brite type or model number you would prefer or it’s doesn’t matter?


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Yes that is a great info! Thanks. Will do the maroon as well. Probably Home Depot carries them


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red scotchbrite pad wont cut as deep, so you dont see as many stray lines. red scotchbrite wheel on a drill will give nice even results.
 
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