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  1. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Thought this might help people who want a cheap way to clean solid metal watch parts (not the movements or electronics), without polishing or needing chemicals/machines. I do this for watch cases and bracelets every time I get a "new" Seiko in the post. 1. Put a teabag (black tea, not herbal)...
  2. Watchmaking & Tinkering - Reference Materials
    Thought I'd share how I was able to remove the plastic shroud from my 7C43-6020, keeping it in one piece (phew!). I read this thread first, which suggested putting the shroud and case in very hot water, but mine seemed quite flexible still so I didn't bother. Disclaimer: The following steps...
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