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Hi

 

Do any of you watch repair gurus have any tips on the best way to refix the batons on a watch face after they've dropped off? 

 

I generally use a pair of thin tweezers to hold the baton while I try to line the little pegs up with the holes, but it's really tricky and I feel there must be a better way. 

 

Thanks, Valerie

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I use b7000 occasionally when I'm beading and find it a bit 'stringy', much like UHU or pizza cheese.

 

But maybe my tube is a bit old, so I'm going to buy a new one and try it out next time I have batons to replace. I've got the Rodico and there's toothpicks at home, so I'll be good to go.

 

Thanks

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