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Hello I am Kevin from Germany

I came through YouTube and I have been interested in watches recently

This looks like a very friendly community, I did not know this stuff exists in the internet until I saw one myself

I am thinking about repainting an antique wall clock with luminous paint. I do not know what kind of paint I should use since radium is not easy to get these days.

Any advice?

Best wishes

Kevin

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