Hi guys and girls, I hadn't really been into more than one watch for most of my life, first was a Timex from my Grandad, then an old Seiko Auto from my dad, it broke and he took it back, another Seiko 150 sports and then an uncommon Seiko Chrono which I had for 12 years, which I stupidly sold on Ebay.. then suddenly the bug bit, a Citizen diver, then modded Seiko skx, Casio Gulfmaster, Seiko Monster, another Citizen diver, Steinhart ocean one, Ocean X sharkmaster, a Seiko Flighty, sold the lot, now have a Seiko 7a28, a 7t34 and a V172...
I have a 1950's clock which the minute hand lume has broken apart and fallen out. The lume has broken in to 4 parts and are all recoverable as they're laying on the dial.
My question is can I reuse the old lume. Can it be reconstituted and if so whats the best method? I was think pecil and morter in to a fine powder then add bindng agent.
Any thoughts welcome, I can't seem to find any mention in any posts.
Hi every body, I'm new to this forum and I recently decided to learn more about watchmaking, service and repair. I decided to take up the course as hobby. I recently brought myself a Rolex Daytona which I work hard for and would like to share with everyone.