Highly polished watch case - how to keep scratches away or remove them?

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    Highly polished watch case - how to keep scratches away or remove them?

    Folks,
    I recently picked up a JLC Master Control and absolutely love it. One thing I've noticed is that the case is highly polished and scratches will show very easily from regular wear / tear in the office. Does anyone have any experience with any products to remove daily use types of scratches from the case? Thanks!

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    Re: Highly polished watch case - how to keep scratches away or remove them?

    From what I keep reading I hear that Cape Cod cloth is darn good stuff. I was planning on purchasing some but remembered I had some Never Dull and always have had good luck polishing all types of metal with that, but DON'T use Never Dull. I ended up putting more scratches on my Tissot because I didn't feel like purchasing Cape Cod Cloth. Live and Learn.

    Good luck,
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    Re: Highly polished watch case - how to keep scratches away or remove them?

    I use Cape Cod Cloth also and it works pretty good but not for for deep scratches. This is off topic but it works very good on sterling silver jewelry.
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    Richard




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    Re: Highly polished watch case - how to keep scratches away or remove them?

    Sunshine polishing cloth is also a nice alternative. It's a bit less harsh than cape cod. With cape cod, make sure the cloth stays moist, and wipe off the residue on the watch often as you polish.

    Be sure not to overdo it or do it too often. You are removing metal, albeit only a bit at a time. The moment you polish it the scratches will come back anyways.
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