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VIDEO: Restoring your Breitling clasp

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I think the title says it all, on to the video:

Yes the clasp is genuine and yes the ocean racer rubber is genuine Breitling.

I used CapeCod, which you can buy almost everywhere, depending on your location. Google is your friend.

So what do you think of it? Are the results good enough? Are you going to use CapeCod?

All the best,

F.

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Thanks for the video. I love cc.....been using them for years. If you go back and work on those deeper scratches for a bit longer... you might possibly get even better results. I had a pretty bad scratch along the side of my SA. It took three or four tries...but It's hardly noticeable now... If noticeable at all.

Mike

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I will post a tutorial on brushed surfaces later on this week.

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Nice but how do you restore a brushed finish stainless clasp?

I find the that scotch brite pads work best for brushed finishes. I have had some nasty scratches on a few bracelets/clasp that came out without much difficulty. I feel that these work best. At least for me they have worked very well.

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