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How to Remove Scratches from Watches | Fix Watch Face Scuffs

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Cape Cod Polishing Cloth
Sabrina Silver Polishing Cloth
When Alpha notices a scratch on his new watch, he used to get mad and frustrated! In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro presents how to keep your watch looking sweet with Tristano. Remember to embrace the scratch so you stress less and enjoy the piece.

If you have a vintage piece (dress watch) and you want to get it back to its formal 'hay day', before you take it to a professional, use the Cape Cod polishing cloth for light scratches (normal wear and tear). A professional (watch maker) will use a machine to brush it which the abrasion will take some of the layers of steel off. Keep in mind over-polishing affects resale value.

Two finishes are high polish and brushed, which Tristano demonstrates with two watches. Supplies needed are masking tape, watch tools, Q-Tips, paper towels, plastic gloves, heavy duty scrubber with a green layer, and Cape Cod polishing cloths.

Polished Finish

  1. Put on gloves and remove the watch strap
  2. Masking tape to cover the section on which you are not working
  3. Get the Cape Cod cloth and cut a bit off then brush the segment for a couple of minutes
  4. Use paper towel to wipe off excess and then wipe off the watch
  5. Leave to dry


Brushed Surface

  1. Put on gloves then observe the brush surface direction
  2. Get scrubber and cut some of the green section off
  3. Very carefully, rub in the direction of the brush
Pete and Pedro

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