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    Some old watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Beachkid23 View Post
    Have to ask, quote do you have any watches you dont wear anymore? Not old watches ,, then they think like antique. But just any watches. Have one on and point to it when you ask. Seems to work well, have seen some crazy expensive rolex, tag huer and a solid18k the guy wanted $7,000 for! Thats my best tip.

    These are from that question: this last 4 months
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    Awesome collection! That Seiko up down chronograph being up side down in your box is driving my OCD crazy!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimDon View Post
    Awesome collection! That Seiko up down chronograph being up side down in your box is driving my OCD crazy!!
    Haha. Sorry! Trying to get that done before I left for the day.

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    I sure like the Zenith, congratulations!

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    Some old watches

    Well we got the zenith running. Keeps good time. Cant seen to find one similar in a 18k gold case. Looking for a new band as the original has some blood stains. Haha ewww
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachkid23 View Post
    Well we got the zenith running. Keeps good time. Cant seen to find one similar in a 18k gold case. Looking for a new band as the original has some blood stains. Haha ewww
    That's where my ultrasonic cleaner would come in handy. I'm gonna start asking for watches everytime from now on.

    edit- Nevermind I just blew up the photo and saw that it is a cloth band, looked metallic duh. Have you ever used Oxiclean for stuff like that? It works. The original powder formula is best. I've used it on old dingy embroidered linens and such, worked wonders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    That's where my ultrasonic cleaner would come in handy. I'm gonna start asking for watches everytime from now on.

    edit- Nevermind I just blew up the photo and saw that it is a cloth band, looked metallic duh. Have you ever used Oxiclean for stuff like that? It works. The original powder formula is best. I've used it on old dingy embroidered linens and such, worked wonders.
    Nope never tried it. I can picture the guy on TV though trying to sell it with his clear bucket soaking half of a cloth in it and half is clean and half is dirty. Those commercials were everywhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    That's where my ultrasonic cleaner would come in handy. I'm gonna start asking for watches everytime from now on.

    edit- Nevermind I just blew up the photo and saw that it is a cloth band, looked metallic duh. Have you ever used Oxiclean for stuff like that? It works. The original powder formula is best. I've used it on old dingy embroidered linens and such, worked wonders.
    Sorry forgot to add, if you ask for watches, do not use the word old. Ask if they have any watches they dont wear anymore. When you use old, I think they think antique. Fyi

 

 
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