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haha,
many thanks.

In this instance I did not clean the dial. The main cleaning works was done with elements of external design (case, bracelet, crystal).
 

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My bad. The cleaning of the other parts was obvious, but i thought the dial had also been through it. I guess the scratched and dirty crystal made it seem that way.
I was asking because i have several dials that would enjoy a little cleaning work but i'm always afraid of making things worse.
 

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haha,
yes, the scratched and dirty crystal very much spoils appearance. In this situation helps cleaning and polishing of the crystal.

As for the cleaning of the dial, it all depends on the condition of the particular dial. One dial can be purified very well, but nothing can be done with the other.
 

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A small addition to my collection. :)

Today I got this watch as a greeting from the early 1990s of the last century, as one of the last messages and reminders of the once great and powerful country in which I was born and grew up - USSR.

By all signs this Luch 2356 was not in use. There are only small traces of careless storage. Inside was installed battery, which was made in august 1991.

The case has fairly large dimensions: 39 (without crown) x 41 x 7 mm.

I have two more Luch 2356 in such case. Black and white. Perhaps later I will also show them here.

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Hello Russian quartz lovers!
I want to show you my Luch 3055 witch i just got back from overhaul from whitelion,it is a fabulous wach that he broght back to life!i thank you for your fantastic work!and i highly rekomend him to all that have problem with russian quartz watches for his good communicationand exelent work!it is a marvelous watch witch comes in about 20 different dials and after whitelions work it goes within 0,2 sec/day and i think thats super good!
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My latest purchase is Slava 3056. This watch is new, with a box and a passport. Judging by the inscription, this watch was presented for a birthday in February 1981, that is more than 38 years ago.

The inscription says: "To beloved friend Vasya in honor of the 50th anniversary from the Shvets family. 20.02.1981"

Of course, I will be have to work with the mechanism. For so many years of inactivity, all moving parts move poorly. With an effort, I was able to crank the rotor of the stepper motor. But this is all the little things. I will do everything, everything will work as it should. :)

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