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How to clean, buff, and remove scratches from your stainless steel Apple Watch

How do I properly remove scratches from my stainless steel Apple Watch? The Apple Watch is an extraordinary piece of technology, packing a tiny computer system into a chassis the size of a few coins stacked together. But, being made of stainless steel, the Apple Watch is also prone to scuffs and scratches, a natural form of wear that adds to the authenticity of the material itself.
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