Cape Cod polishing cloth question

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    Cape Cod polishing cloth question

    So I just used a cape cod polishing cloth to buff up the polished center links of my Tudor bracelet, and it came out nicely. But on the package, I noticed that it said " Do not try to wash polish off - polish must be buffed off"

    As a result, I've been left wondering whether any extra polishing compound may have seeped into the links/crevices of the bracelet that might cause additional wear over time. After I was through polishing, I did watch the bracelet with soap and water since it needed a good wash anyways.

    Anyone have personal experience with this? Or am I overthinking it?

    Thanks

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    Re: Cape Cod polishing cloth question

    that's if you're polishing something like a silver tray or something, you leave it on.... on a watch, you're removing scratches, you can wash with warm water and soap

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    Re: Cape Cod polishing cloth question

    Correct. Wash it off. It's fine. I would not want chemical residue touching my skin anyhow.

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    Re: Cape Cod polishing cloth question

    You actually read the instructions?
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    Re: Cape Cod polishing cloth question

    I just wash and go

    because I'm worth it

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