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    Has anyone used this product to fix a brushed finish?

    Fellow WITs. Has anyone used this product to repair brushed finish on a watch. I managed to mark a brushed finish on a watch and looking to fix it. Seen this as a recommendation on another forum




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    I have a few and they do work.



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    Thanks Mike They are on their way.


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    Agree with RW. I have a couple and they do work. For deeper scratches you might need a scotchguard pad (edit: Scotch-Brite Pad), or these:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00CW...KIKX0DER&psc=1

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    No, but I will soon!
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    relationship by saying "look, I just need space"
    then you're wasting everyones time.

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    Thanks for the reviews on this product. Going to order now as well as it will be used.

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    This is one of those watch tools that I have always passed by. Thanks to this thread I now have one - thanks everyone for the reminder!

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    Green Scotch-Brite pad does the trick for me every time.

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    3M Scotch Brite Pads


    7445 - White pad -- called Light Duty Cleansing - (1000) 1200-1500 grit
    7448 - Light Grey -- called Ultra Fine Hand - (600-800) 800 grit
    6448 - Green -- called Light Duty Hand Pad - (600) 600 grit
    7447 - Maroon pa -- called General Purpose Hand - (320-400) 320 grit
    6444 - Brown pad -- called Extra Duty Hand - (280-320) 240 grit
    7446 - Dark Grey pad -- called Blending Pad (180-220) 150 grit
    7440 - Tan pad -- called Heavy Duty Hand Pad - (120-150) grit
    <a href=http://i.imgur.com/3wLLVTV.jpg target=_blank>http://i.imgur.com/3wLLVTV.jpg</a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnydooropener View Post
    3M Scotch Brite Pads


    7445 - White pad -- called Light Duty Cleansing - (1000) 1200-1500 grit
    7448 - Light Grey -- called Ultra Fine Hand - (600-800) 800 grit
    6448 - Green -- called Light Duty Hand Pad - (600) 600 grit
    7447 - Maroon pa -- called General Purpose Hand - (320-400) 320 grit
    6444 - Brown pad -- called Extra Duty Hand - (280-320) 240 grit
    7446 - Dark Grey pad -- called Blending Pad (180-220) 150 grit
    7440 - Tan pad -- called Heavy Duty Hand Pad - (120-150) grit
    Wow didn’t realize there are so many grades of scotch Brite. How do you know which grit to use for a particular finish ?


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