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      08-14-2019, 07:31 PM   #3
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For the polished area of your watch you can do it yourself easily enough. Maybe you know already but Iíll throw it out there anyway.
I was looking for something for my Submariner for some fines scratches and while reading the Rolex Forum I saw a lot of folks use and recommend Cape Cod polishing cloth. I bought a can and I have to say it works marvelously on fine scratches. Itís a very mild abrasive perfect for such work and doesnít remove much material at all. You canít Ďdishí the steel with this stuff itís so mild.

I give my Sub and a couple other pieces a rub down every couple years to refresh them. A can will last for years. One caveat, donít use it on textured steel only the polished.
https://www.capecodpolish.com/
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