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  1. YG_Rulz

    YG_Rulz Aug 17, 2023

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    Need some advice from the forum elders. I have my Monaco Python CW2114 with a badly scratched plexiglass. I want a new glass but my local AD says that changing the glass would need to be accompanied by a service by LVMH. I'm really not interested in paying for the service and just want a new glass.

    Any feedback on local UK watch repair shops where I can get the glass change carried out without a full service? The scope would include sourcing a new glass and seal.
     
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  2. YY77

    YY77 Aug 17, 2023

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    Did you try polywatch already, might improve the condition enough if the marks aren't too deep?
     
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  3. YG_Rulz

    YG_Rulz Aug 17, 2023

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    I just released that's an option so I've ordered one.
     
  4. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Aug 17, 2023

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    Lovely crystal patina, you should probably keep it to preserve the value of the watch
     
  5. abrod520

    abrod520 Aug 17, 2023

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    Plexiglass can absolutely be polished, so the Polywatch is definitely the first stop. Be sure to check out some tutorials on YouTube just to be safe.
     
  6. matthew_VA

    matthew_VA Aug 18, 2023

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    I agree with giving Polywatch a try, stuff does a great job! And from the looks of the crystal, it should be able to clean most of that up--may have to do it a few times...