Scratched my watch face


#1

I’m hoping there are some watch enthusiasts here.

Does anyone know how to repair a scratched watch face? I have two watches and I’ve scratched both of their faces.

They are mineral watch faces.

I appreciate any tips and advice you might have.


#2

https://www.google.ca/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=repair%20mineral%20crystal%20watch


#3

Silly GregP, what help is your canadian google link? I’m looking for info on watches, not maple syrup or mooses.  :smiley:

So far I have tried to use toothpaste, let it dry and then try and polish out the scratches. Doing this about three times now, I haven’t seen much progress. Do I need to do this more to see any results or are there better ways?


#4

hello, if it is mineral glass can not do anything, you can not polish it and there are no remedies, you can only replace it.
I always take off my watch when I play, is to safeguard the yoyo that the clock and sees that I have a watch with a sapphire (corundum) that can only be scratched by diamond.

toothpastes or various rumors are just hoaxes


#5

The toothpaste isn’t abrasive enough I guess. I don’t know what to recommend. :wink: I was mostly being a smartarse.


#6

Diamond paste polishing compound: