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Caring for the Ti chrono. . .

First off, I just want to say what an excellent site this is!

I am just about to buy the Seamaster Chrono; a watch I've been wanting for years now. I really want the Ti version, however I want to know the best way to care for this precious metal. I know that Ti is stronger than steel, but it scratches easily. What is the best way to remove fine scratches that will result over time? Any other care tips you can give me will be greatly appreciated.

Oh, and with all due respect, I don't buy that "there's a story for every scratch" line. Like many of you, I like my stuff looking nice for as long as I can!

Thanks for your help.

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