Before you go "its not worth the time and the money" this was my first watch, so Im kinda attached
Its a gold toned titan analog watch. Its written 457 - 74 on the back along with 'ALL STAINLESS STEEL'. Now, the strap got pretty messed up in an accident i had a few years back so I've removed that. The gold tone on the case has started to fade in places and it kinda looks bad. Now for the questions :
Is it possible to somehow remove the gold color from the case without spending much money ? Ive heard good things about those cape cod cloths but they're not available where i live and shipping is too damn expensive. Also ive read in the forums that scotch brite pads give you a nice brushed finish on steel(but im not sure they'd remove the gold tone) so is there any easy way to get the gold tone off and give it something like a brushed finish?
(I'm thinking this would be a good combo with a brown leather strap..im open to suggestions on this)
Also Im not afraid of ruining the thing because either i do something and make it useful or sooner or later someone in the house is gonna throw it in the trash...so im open to taking risks