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- Name: Sean
Not a good way to do this at all! At least remove the bracelet from the watch and support it correctly. Then determine the correct grit based on the material and overall depth of the scratches and or dings etc... What if it was a two tone bracelet and had polished center and brushed outer links. I wonder what he would do then ? Just an observation.
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I feel so sorry for anyone that watches that video and tries it like he recommends.
That guy definitely does not know what he is doing.
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