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Sincerely, Kelvin Leung_______________________________________________________________________________________Repeat after me: I don't need another IWC, I really don't need another IWC...
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abs0 Wrote:I read from the forums for a while, and learned that minor scratches on titanium watches could be removed by applying an ink eraser gently.I did that and the results had been quite acceptable.I have a few minor scratches on the side of my stainless steel ingenieur due to my stupidity... this has always bothered me. Just out of curiosity, I rubbed an ink eraser on my SS ingenieur also...voila! it works! the scratches on the side are now not visible at all!I'm not necessarily recommending you to do it... but if you are daring and don't feel like sending your iwc's back for polishing... sometimes a little good old ink eraser may just save the day!Good o' ink eraser... it works wonders!
Everything you need for a Happy Life is within yourself...
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manishkuki Wrote:Thanks for sharing this info Kelvin.Just yesterday I requested Micheal to have a sub-group in the forum for such practical tips, etc to keep our watches in goo shape.MK
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Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
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