Question about Watches
Check this out, cleaning watches,jewelery, or even diamonds, this realy works-take a soft toothbrush,and aply a small amount of toothpaste to whatever your cleaning, let set for a few moments, until not slimy, then with a small amount of water-brush heavily,and often all over -repeat as often as needed until satisfied. this may take several attempts,but it will bring a new luster to just about anything. dry by using clean soft cloth. enjoy
Posted on May 30, 2011
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