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Martin Foo

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  1. Hi Guys, I had bought the Bergeon 2834-C pen to give it a brush yesterday.The result was amazing as the scratches was GONE totally which was not able to be removed even by the polish compound previously and it indeed it resumed back to brushed surface,BUT there is another problem no matter how I brushed,the particular portion just seems to look more shiny compared to the original brushed surface. So how do I brush it in order to get the exact result as in the original colour,must I brush for longer time or harder etc...As I already tried for couple of hours or the scotchbrite pad will give a better result?Please advise once again. Thank You.
  2. Scotchbrite pad as in which grade of roughness any kind bro would like to post a picture or model of the pad for me and also the process of doing it.Must the pad be damp or dry when polishing? Thank You...
  3. Hi Guys, Initially I got a scratch on a part of my submariner,s brushed surface bracelet.So I decided to use a car polish compound to give it a polish hoping to get rid of it as the scratch really made me feel uncomfortable.Unfortunately after polishing I realized that the polished surface turned from brushed to polished,making that small portion look contrast from the rest of the bracelet. So what should I do now to resume the bracelet back to brushed surface if I do not wish to sent it for polishing since it's only a small portion and the watch was newly bought for just two months. Please advise,Thank You in advance...
  4. Initially bought the 7447 pad for my 116610LN because of a small scratch on its bracelet,but decided to experiment it on my vintage 6694 first.After seeing the results,I tried on my 116610LN but found out that my Bergeon 2834-C does a better job in terms of handling and end results nearer to its original state.Good for the whole bracelet but if it's just a small portion,try using the Bergeon pen...Just my personal experience....
  5. Hi guys just to share what Scotch Brite 7447 can do to a badly scratched & polished bracelet on my vintage Rolex 6694.AMAZING...Thanks for the kind advise from fellow members in this forum.
  6. By the way I have been wearing the watch for 40 days since I bought it but never wind it once before,but it's still going well as in timing still as accurate as the first day.So I should wind it every once a week so as maintain the the mechanism?
  7. Hi guys,just wondering do I need to wind my submariner once in a while or totally no need to do so if I am wearing the watch everyday.if yes how long is the duration before I need to do so? Thank you.
  8. Hi Guys, I had bought the Bergeon 2834-C pen to give it a brush yesterday.The result was amazing as the scratches was GONE totally which was not able to be removed even by the polish compound previously and it indeed it resumed back to brushed surface,BUT there is another problem no matter how I brushed,the particular portion just seems to look more shiny compared to the original brushed surface. So how do I brush it in order to get the exact result as in the original colour,must I brush for longer time or harder etc...As I already tried for couple of hours or the scotchbrite pad will give a better result?Please advise once again. Thank You.
  9. Scotchbrite pad as in which grade of roughness any kind bro would like to post a picture or model of the pad for me and also the process of doing it.Must the pad be damp or dry when polishing? Thank You...
  10. Hi Guys, Initially I got a scratch on a part of my submariner,s brushed surface bracelet.So I decided to use a car polish compound to give it a polish hoping to get rid of it as the scratch really made me feel uncomfortable.Unfortunately after polishing I realized that the polished surface turned from brushed to polished,making that small portion look contrast from the rest of the bracelet. So what should I do now to resume the bracelet back to brushed surface if I do not wish to sent it for polishing since it's only a small portion and the watch was newly bought for just two months. Please advise,Thank You in advance...
  11. Initially bought the 7447 pad for my 116610LN because of a small scratch on its bracelet,but decided to experiment it on my vintage 6694 first.After seeing the results,I tried on my 116610LN but found out that my Bergeon 2834-C does a better job in terms of handling and end results nearer to its original state.Good for the whole bracelet but if it's just a small portion,try using the Bergeon pen...Just my personal experience....
  12. Hi guys just to share what Scotch Brite 7447 can do to a badly scratched & polished bracelet on my vintage Rolex 6694.AMAZING...Thanks for the kind advise from fellow members in this forum.
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