Polished surfaces are currently very much in fashion for watches (e.g., Panerai or the current Rolex models). Everyone is familiar with the annoying little mini scratches, which arise from simple wearing and cannot be avoided. Until now, it was only possible to have it removed by a concessionaire or by repair with a polish. This polish costs a lot of money and attacks the substance of the watch, since a material loss can not be avoided.
With Cape Cod polishing cloths, polished surfaces can be quickly returned to high gloss. The processing is very simple and is briefly demonstrated below.
The object with small signs of use. Here it looks worse than it really was.
First, the satin surfaces must be taped.
Polishing with the pink cloth. Gloves are included in the Cape Cod can. Whether you go in one or two directions or in a circle, the direction of movement does not matter.
Here you can see the result.
Then polish with the white cloth from the can or another soft cloth.
Also here is some dirt.
The result is something to be proud of, right?
Here is another picture after the polish.
This workshop was created with Jörg, a friend from the R-L-X Forum, who I would also like to thank for his support.