Re: 2836 Question ... again ..
- From: Tony Stanford <tonystanford@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 18:09:07 +0000
In message <VpadnaH21IS_HQneRVn-gg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Honest John <honestjohn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
"Jack Denver" <nunuvyer@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
" Not much to lose if you are careful and you seem to know your way around the inside of a watch enough to do that much."
Just be sure that you do the work in a relatively clean place to work and don't open the back just after petting the cat, wash your hands first ( just like a surgeon ). Dust and dandruff has no place in your watch.
H.J. ( antique watch repairman )
Right. Thanks -- Tony Stanford .