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I was hesitant to put this post up because I'm new to this forum and didn't know if it's been discussed before, but I discovered a pretty awesome, and easy to use product to remove those minor surface scratches on polished stainless steel. I just finished using it myself this morning with pretty good results. Now, this will not take care if deeper nicks or scratches. Just surface scratches. I actually found this product through a Google search and there is a you tube video of a guy using it on the bracelet of his Omega. I used it on the Bezel of my Oris.
 

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Yep, great product for use on polished SS. Be careful around the crown. Try not to get any of the product inside the watch. I normally only use it on the bracelets. Don't forget you can use the green Scotch-Brite pads on the brushed SS.
 
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Cape Cod cloths are the best, love them.

Between them and scotch brite pads for brushed surfaces, you can make most watch cases and bracelets look like new.
 

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Yeah I figured most have heard about it. I myself just found out about it today and have been a long time watch enthusiast. If it helps one more person than the post was worth it. haha :smile-thumb2:
 

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Actually haven't used these Sapphire, but have heard only great things from everyone just like you guys are saying. :thumb: Both them, and the Scotch Brite sound like real miracle workers ! :smileyface_hand_cla
 

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Yup, they actually have a nice website and a new product "Cap Cod Cloths in a Tin".

http://www.capecodpolish.com/

They work very well and while you can seal up the cloths in the plastic bag pretty easily I think the tin would be easier to work out of.

I also use Eagle One Nev-r-dull which works especially well on bronze and brass to remove patina and oxidation.

For something a little more aggressive look for a product called "Stahlfix" (German for Steel Fix). Works EXTEMELY WELL on polished stainless surfaces and will remove scratches a little more aggressively than Cap Cods.

Never be afraid to share products and tricks you find to work well ;) . There are always new people here like yourself who sometimes don't even realize they need something until it ends up on the top of the post pile.
 

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I concur...awesome for cleaning up a piece. Used on many watches with good results!
 
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