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Thread: Polywatch on my Everest

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    Polywatch on my Everest

    I'm very heavy on watches so was not surprised to find quite a few, although minor, scratches on my Smiths Everest crystal.

    I picked up a tube of Polywatch this week and gave it a go this afternoon.

    I am totally amazed at what a great job it's done!!! There are a few tiny marks left but these are all but invisible unless you are looking very closely.

    My wife has a Smiths 29a that had one small scratch and that's completely gone.

    What a fantastic product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bagman View Post
    I'm very heavy on watches so was not surprised to find quite a few, although minor, scratches on my Smiths Everest crystal.

    I picked up a tube of Polywatch this week and gave it a go this afternoon.

    I am totally amazed at what a great job it's done!!! There are a few tiny marks left but these are all but invisible unless you are looking very closely.

    My wife has a Smiths 29a that had one small scratch and that's completely gone.

    What a fantastic product.
    Toothpaste is just as effective

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    So is Brasso!

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    I think the tube will last quite a while before I need to resort to alternatives, donít fancy brushing my teeth with it much though!

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