You will need
- - paste;
- - cotton pads;
- - a set of tools;
- - alcohol;
- - soft fabric and a piece of leather;
- - masking tape.
To know the type of metal from which made the housing of your watch, read a technical passport. You can only Polish those watches, which is made of steel and aluminum. If watches with gold plating, this slim work are better left to the professionals.
To start, disassemble your clock and release the housing from the mechanism. When disassembling, use only the special tools so they do not scratch and does not break. All the details play exclusively on the soft tissue.
Also polishing is possible without disassembly. But to do this, seal all parts that are not polished with masking tape. After its removal the surface remains no trace.
Further, the surface of the body clean from dirt and grease. To do this, take a clean cotton pad and moisten it with alcohol, then gently wipe the metal. After this treatment, wipe the housing dry with a cotton pad.
As polishes you can use special toothpaste to remove small scratches.
Take a clean cloth and apply a small amount of toothpaste. Then evenly wipe the watch case. Long do not RUB in the same place. Watch Polish in several approaches, until the scratches are completely gone.
After polishing, wipe the watch clean with a soft material or a small piece of skin.
Then in reverse order assemble the watch.
Remember, if hull damage is very deep, home polishing will not help you. In this case, give your watch in a special one-hour workshop. This procedure will be conducted by experienced master with the help of special pastes and appliances.
Polishing hours is often called a facelift. Since it prevents all possible damage mechanisms, and returns prestigious and expensive watch former appearance, thereby leading them to factory condition. Therefore, polishing a watch is necessary, not less frequently than once a year.