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Cleaning a white g shock

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I accidentally picked up a white g shock 6900 on eBay whilst drunk... it has a couple of grey scuffs on it. Looks like it's just general dirt but I have no idea how to clean it up or what will perish the rubber.

Any recommendations would be much appreciated. Cheers!

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leave it, adds to the charm, G's are meant to be knocked about. Or if you must t cut will shift them. 

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I know, but it's somebody else's dirt - I wanna put my own manky grime on it! :yes:

Cheers, turns out anything will polish out with tcut!

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put it in the sink hot soapy water a good wash, then tcut it and give it a wax like a car sorted. 

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I use warm water and soap applied with a toothbrush. For the scuffs a mild abrasive, I have used Brasso before which worked OK but do so at your own risk :biggrin:

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yes as per the above the tcut works sames as the brasso. If you want a nice sleek finish try a squirt of furniture polish its great on plastic. A bit of baby oil will have it well supple. leave it in a aerosol cap of baby oil for 24hrs. It will feel lovely. 

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Thanks gents, I shall look forward to waxing and marinading it when it turns up!

I'm actually quite enamoured with the look of it tbh, for an off the cuff post-working-lunch snipe it's pretty cool.

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