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How To Remove Your Desk Dives

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Stuvetjee

Great tut Gaz! Many thanks! :)

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elp

Payment by paypal gift OK?

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Gazzla

Payment by paypal gift OK?

 

:rofl:

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Lachsersatz

Tx!

 

This should be permanently pinned, it worked for me and is really helpful!

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Gazzla
Tx! This should be permanently pinned, it worked for me and is really helpful!

 

 

Great!

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greg_r

Tx!

 

This should be permanently pinned, it worked for me and is really helpful!

 

Actually, that's a good thought - this is a great tutorial (despite the lack of chainsaws ;) ).

 

Here, Gaz - have a sticky.

 

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Gazzla

Mmm . . . lovely. Thanks. :thumbsup:

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Gazzla
Tx! This should be permanently pinned, it worked for me and is really helpful!

 

Pics?

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Del

You photoshopped those pics, didn't ya?!

 

 

 

 

:D

 

Nice work mate! :clap:

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Gazzla

You photoshopped those pics, didn't ya?!

 

 

 

 

:D

 

Nice work mate! :clap:

 

Thanks Del. :D

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GenTLe

This is good also for brushed bracelet.

For those which are half brushed and half polished (like yachtmaster ones) you just need first to polish the shiny part (I use soft cloth and extrafine car polish) and the to use some tape (possibly thick and not gummy like the duct one) to mask the polishes parts and use the described method for the brushed ones.

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wdev

Thanks for sharing this, Gaz. This will be very handy

 

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Gazzla

Thanks for sharing this, Gaz. This will be very handy

 

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You're welcome, Sir.

 

 

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Gazzla

This is good also for brushed bracelet.

For those which are half brushed and half polished (like yachtmaster ones) you just need first to polish the shiny part (I use soft cloth and extrafine car polish) and the to use some tape (possibly thick and not gummy like the duct one) to mask the polishes parts and use the described method for the brushed ones.

 

 

Good advice here. :D

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Bluenose

Just use this method on a couple of strap buckles and its worked a treat. Gave them a new finish. Thanks Gaz

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Gazzla

Just use this method on a couple of strap buckles and its worked a treat. Gave them a new finish. Thanks Gaz

 

 

You're welcome!

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Bluenose

Would you think this would work the same for a titanium case? I've a PAM 177 homage, as a daily beater. It has a quite a few light marks on the case sides.

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Gazzla

Would you think this would work the same for a titanium case? I've a PAM 177 homage, as a daily beater. It has a quite a few light marks on the case sides.

 

Yep, but titanium is slightly softer so act accordingly.

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Dr Yan

20 minutes !! 20 fuckin' minutes !! Who the fuck has 20 minutes these days ?? Eh ?

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Gazzla

20 minutes !! 20 fuckin' minutes !! Who the fuck has 20 minutes these days ?? Eh ?

 

It was actually 18 mins . . .

 

:rofl:

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Dr Yan

Ah well 18 minutes !! That's fine then!! Carry on .

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gmchris

Would you think this would work the same for a titanium case? I've a PAM 177 homage, as a daily beater. It has a quite a few light marks on the case sides.

 

Yep, but titanium is slightly softer so act accordingly.

 

Yes it works great. I used to do my titanium T-touch every other month. Easier than doing stainless steel, but you gotta stay with the grain direction. It will go lighter like steel but will oxidise again after 7-10 days back to the normal darker titanium shade.

 

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Before

 

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sunbites

Dremel does a brilliant job too.

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Gazzla

Dremel does a brilliant job too.

 

But can go horribly wrong if you don't know what you're doing. Like me, the first time . . . :facepalm:

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