Removing scratches?

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Re: Removing scratches?

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Cool! Live and learn, eh! :) Easily understandable mistake since there is the expression "freeze your ass off", I do believe. Then again, I'm not a native English speaker...
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Jape, Sorry about your little accident. Will we be getting before and after photos together with a blow-by-blow account of the process?
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This post get me thinking, the Hamilton I was wearing had a few scratches on the strap and after a bit of research raided the wife's make-up bag and liberated a 3 part nail buffer.

Well, after 15 mins of careful polishing using the roughest part of the buffer the scratches have disappeared and the finish exactly matches the rest of the strap ! It is a brushed stainless steel and has a satin finish, it might be worth a go ?
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julywest wrote:
Jape wrote:**** = your manly parts. :) A British English term. I'm on the phone so can't see your location as I type this but based on your using Fahrenheits, must be States. You might say "nuts" instead of ****. :D (oh, yeah, if your question was sarcasm... Fool me.)
Nope was curious.... I take it now you meant "balls" didn't know if it was term for buttocks..
yes states North Carolina to be exact... was too lazy to convert to C
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