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Yes. Ive used Crystal Clear mirror shine polish to do some titanium jobs and they have all turned out great. It takes some practice so if I were you I wouldnt go at it on an expensive timepiece untill you are comfortable. Patience is good advice for you with any polishing job. good luck.
 

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It will never have quite the same luster since titanium is naturally a little more grey in color and therefore will look a little duller. You can polish it to just as smooth of a surface to the naked eye.
 

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actually polished titanium has a similar spectral hue as platinum
which is more grey than silver. Also even polished titanium will get darker over time even if untouched it is a naturaly occuring process. seiko brightz is a propriatary grade annodizing process that helps keep it from greying as quickly.
titanium can be virtually scratch proof with medical grade hard annodizing which makes it a dark grey almost black color.
 
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