Removing Scratches from the Stainless Steel of your watch

WindyCityCoco

Charmed Life
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Jul 18, 2007
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I found this information on a watch forum this week and I THRILLED to say that I tested it out and it worked!!!!!!!!


For minor scratches on your watch case and band. This only works on the mirrored surface- don't try on brushed SS or else it will turn it shiny!


Get some Cape Cod cloths ( available on Ebay and hardware stores) Cut a little 1/2 inch square and wrap around a Q tip- Gently, very gently polish the area that is scratched. then buff with a cloth and - walah!!!!
 

CrackBerryCream

The Edge of Glory
Oct 26, 2012
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Does it harm a saphire glass display if I was too clumsy? Is that cloth actually abrasive or does it "fill" the scratches?

Sounds like a great tip though and I might just order that cloth
 

WindyCityCoco

Charmed Life
O.G.
Jul 18, 2007
514
159
Chicago & North Scottsdale
I would definitely stay away from the sapphire crystal. I read on the other forum that some folks covered their crystal with masking tape before buffing. I didn't do that, I was just SUPER careful. The cloth is a sort f like a micro buffing cloth used to polish sliver, but is has a light chemical on it.


Does it harm a saphire glass display if I was too clumsy? Is that cloth actually abrasive or does it "fill" the scratches?

Sounds like a great tip though and I might just order that cloth