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Polywatch Poly Watch Plastic Crystal Glass Polish & Scratch Remover Repair Tool


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  • This is a new tube of polyWatch scratch remover polish
  • This removes scratches from plastic watch crystals
  • Apply a small amount of polyWatch to the crystal and polish with a cotton cloth
  • The scratches will disappear and the surface of the crystals will look as good as new
  • It is a 5 gram tube that is sufficient for approximately 10-12 uses
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Polywatch Scratch Remover Polish paste for removing scratches on plastic watch crystal. Restores shine in minutes. Use with a soft cloth.

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    4.2 out of 5 stars

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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John on November 25, 2009
    This product worked for me. I had both superficial and deeper scratches on a 1967 Rolex with acrylic crystal. It took 3-4 applications, pressure, and about 30 minutes of work to get out the deepest scratches.

    Use the cotton cloth that comes with it... it absorbs a bit of the PolyWatch after a few uses, so then you can polish with just the cloth (which means you don't have to keep adding more of the polishing agent). The tube is much smaller than I imagined so use it sparingly! Overall 5 stars because it made my beat-up crystal look like new.

    Also: be sure that your crystal is in fact acrylic, and not mineral glass or sapphire crystal. This product will not work (and is not supposed to work) on mineral glass or sapphire crystal. Acrylic crystal will feel warm if you touch it to your face. Mineral glass and sapphire crystal will feel cold.

    Good luck!
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Richard Vidaurri on June 12, 2010
    I collect vintage Swiss and American watches, including military pieces, and I have never found a scratch remover as effective as this. When it arrived in the mail I tried it on an abused old Benrus w/plastic crystal. The thing was a mess, an original part, I'm certain. I thought I might burn a hole through the crystal if I tried to buff out every single scratch. But not to worry. A little dab on an old t-shirt, some circular rubbing for less than a minute - and voila - a new crystal.

    RV

    P.s.. Some folks believe that a plastic crystal is a nouveau - cheap feature in a watch. Not necessarily. Mineral glass and synthetic sapphire are popular in mid and high-end watches because they resist scratches better. But they can shatter. Consequently, heavy-duty watches in all price ranges - military-style watches in particular - have come with plastic crystals for decades.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Rosen on November 6, 2013
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    I don't typically write Amazon reviews, and I feel that it is worth stating that I bought this with very low expectations.

    I used this to polish away a highly noticeable gouge in the watchface of a Pebble smartwatch. The scratch was shallow and wide, but clearly visible from any viewing angle. After only a minute or so of applying a small amount of polyWatch with a cotton swab and high pressure, the scratch was not visible. After several minutes, it had virtually vanished. It was only visible by holding the watch at an angle in a brightly lit room.

    Having now applied a screen protector to the watch (the Skinomi product), the scratch is impossible to detect at any viewing angle and under any lighting conditions.

    I have plenty of the polish left over, about half the tube, and am saving it for future wear on similar objects.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JC in NC on October 11, 2013
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    I scratched my Swatch pretty badly. I used this once and saw an incredible improvement. There is one tiny scratch left. I am sure I can get that out with one more round. Definitely worked for me. What a relief that I do not have to take this to a dealer to fix.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Slvrscoobie on March 18, 2014
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    Its not an instant fix, but after 4-5 polishes with it, my Pebble is looking good again. I tried to use a dremel to speed up / smooth out the larger scratches. That didnt help. It still hasnt taken out the fine swirl marks that are apparent if you look at an angle with a single point source light, but outdoors or in an office, its back to a smooth shine.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By HEY on December 28, 2010
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    I don't know about you, but I always take my best watch off when working in the yard or doing something that might scratch it. Instead I put on a junk watch so I don't keep looking at the hairs on my wrist.

    But when I moved, I threw caution to the wind and in the frenzy of all the disassembling, packing and cleaning I scratched the crystal repetively until the watch was also junk. Noting that the crystal was special and had a section of it magnified, I realized that finding someone to replace it would be impossible. I bought a new watch instead.

    Later on I decided to try buying some PolyWatch. Within a few minutes the crystal looked new. The PolyWatch took all of the scratches out except for one. That one was deep enough that it can be felt with a finger nail. The watch has to be held at just the right angle to see it.

    I was very impressed with this result and I am back to wearing my original watch.
    All I need now is for someone to invent PolyWatchBand and it will be perfection.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By alco on June 26, 2012
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    ASIN:B000RB1FZQ Plastic Watch Crystal Scratch Remover Polish Tool
    I bought this thinking I'd try to clear my glasses lenses of scratches. At first I was hesitant because some people including opticians claim that trying to clear scratches from plastic lenses will distort the lenses. I went ahead anyway and thought the worse that could happen was to throw them away and buy new ones. However after applying the scratch remover on the part that was obstructed with scratches and rubbing away with t-shirt cloth for a few minutes I was able to remove the scratches and "in this case" the lens didn't get distorted.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Sgambato on October 3, 2014
    My Pebble smartwatch face was scratched up after having it for about a year. I did a google search for what products work best to remove scratches from plastic watch faces and this product came up often with great reviews. Because the scratches went across the the entire face of my Pebble, it took several applications for me to get the results I wanted. This is as directed if needed.

    I highly recommend!!
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