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  1. Bubba

    Bubba Oakley Beginner

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    Recieved my holeshot in the mail today and am very happy with it, good looking watch,fits great, feels great..overall happy! The bezel has some normal wear and tear scratches in it, from a distance you can't really tell but me being the anal guy I am was wondering if there is an easy quick way anybody knows to "polish" up the bezel a bit..not exactly try and polish it but make these scratches a little less noticeable. I appreciate any advice you guys have on this topic :)
     
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  2. Bubba

    Bubba Oakley Beginner

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    Nobody has any tips or tricks to try and get the finish of their watch back?
     
  3. Oakley-olic

    Oakley-olic Oakley Expert Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    The satin finish on the holeshot is hard to replicate. You may be able to disguise the flaws with some fine steel wool or Scotchbrite. If you go to far with it a full polish would be the only thing I would try. I have polished a 12 gauge and have a spare black MM I might polish.
     
  4. Bubba

    Bubba Oakley Beginner

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    What would be the steps to actually polish it be?
     
  5. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379 What is that thing?!

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    Sorry to revive an old thread, but is a scotch brite pad good for taking scratches out of a brushed MM?
     
  6. OakleyFrankFMJ

    OakleyFrankFMJ The Legend - - Vlad the Impaler Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    oh .... and :bump:
     
  7. qtrain23

    qtrain23 3D Printing Protege

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    Yup. I use 000 steel wool and works great. Can get it at Walmart
     
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  8. GH4AU

    GH4AU Carbon Fanatic Premium Member

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    I've used both the Scotchbrite pad and 000 steel wool, and I prefer the steel wool. It's easier to maneuver around curves. Like qtrain said, you can get it at Wal Mart. Lowes and Home Depot have it as well.