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Two Tone Watch Dial Refinishing Wanted

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Nice dials, look like they are brand new. Only way of getting something similar is directly from Omega and they will charge for both the part and the installation...if they ever do this job.

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One of the "best kept secrets" when refinishing dials is using baby oil! It makes them shiny. I just did a Seiko dial that looked like garbage and it came back looking really good considering and the luster restored. All that said, if a dial is not completely bad, I'd re use it on its original watch. It just shows the age and authenticity of the watch itself. I'd like to think about those as "battle scars" to be proud of!

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