Polywatch is an abbrasive, just like car polish. It will, just as Brasso, remove material.
In the beginning I had problems with specks of dirt trapped in the plastic and no amount of further polishing would remove them so I can only surmise that when you get a very fine surface the adhesive effect stops or has a minimal effect. So it will only remove the surface when it's rough with a film of dirt.
The reason I believe specks were still inside the crystal is that they where embedded and the adhesive properties couldn't remove larger particles and they where incased in the plastic as it melted with the friction.
Last edited by Shum; August 6th, 2014 at 20:10.
Last edited by aditya; August 6th, 2014 at 20:05.
Well going round booting cars in the rear could be fun so yes that sounds plausible.
Yeah it's turning into discovery channel but then it was a nice discovery made to begin with.
Last edited by Shum; August 6th, 2014 at 20:16.
Good to hear that it works, though. I have recently purchased my first watch with a plastic crystal, and I look forward to giving it a go :)
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