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    Craftsman Robti's Avatar
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    Scratch on my prs 25

    Have a scratch to the glass of my Everest can I do anything to polish it out, it is from 8 across to around 6.30 I originally thought it was just a smudge.
    https://imgur.com/gallery/0R8W2DA
    thanks
    Last edited by Robti; 27th August 2018 at 16:24.

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    Brasso works well. The important thing is to prevent it going down the sides of the crystal. Apart from that it's easy, and looking at the pic I'd expect it to polish right out.

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    Thanks to everyone for the helpful replies, off to search for polywatch

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    Acrylic should be rather easy to polish, Iíve often removed mild scratches from my orient with the mineral crystal and itís not too hard - I think I even used autosol

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