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Old 12-12-2018, 04:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Crystal Type

Good evening you Freeks.
I will be receiving a Victorinox SA watch tomorrow. It has a very small scratch on the crystal. In order for me to remove it I need to know what material the crystal is made from. It's a Garrison Officers Military watch #241083. I think it's a mineral crystal, but am not sure.
It's like the one in the pic below.
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It's almost certainly mineral. If it's not to deep, use Pearl Drops tooth polish
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