Hi, first I'd like to say that I do know that cleaning a watch dial is delicate thing and in many cases it should be left to professionals.
That said I purchased this late 1960's Geneve for my brother. It's from his birth year and I'm planning to give it to him as a gift when he is turning 50 in the near future.
Watch is seviced, clean and really nice Omega with superb 601 movement but as you can see there are few stains or scrubs on dial.
I really would love to get rid of those black "stripes" between 3 and 6 before I pass it on so what do you think? Those doesn't seem to be really deep or fatal but can they be removed carefully with babyoil or some other method?
Thanks again, all input is appreciated.