So I always knew that I would eventually give my SS Apple Watch a polish at some point. I got the SS version because I wanted the toughness of the sapphire screen, but the polished steel always gave me pause. Recently I accidentally gave my watch a couple scratches I just couldn't ignore when I banged it into a wall. So I went searching for instructions and was inspired by this video: In it Dom uses Mothers Mag & Aluminum Polish and a small cloth. I went and found the same stuff at Walmart and gave it a shot. I have to say, the results look great, and the pesky scratches that were bothering me are gone. But I would like to caution everyone about this stuff. You have to be REALLY careful not to get it into the ports, which is harder than it would seem. When in the canister, the polish appears to be waxy, and I figured it would be easy enough to keep it in check. But as soon as I applied it to the watch the polish turned into a liquid and went everywhere. Despite my efforts, some wound up inside the speaker port. I thought this would be no problem, I finished up my work, buffed everything off the watch, then ran to the sink to run some water over the watch. The ports looked clear and there were no signs of polish anywhere. But then I set a timer to remind me of something in a few minutes, and when it went off... no sound even though the watch was not muted. I had a brief panic moment. Had I just ruined my watch? I was getting ready to make a Genius Bar appointment, really glad that I had paid for AppleCare, when I realized I had a can of compressed air. So I blew that into the speaker port and tried the timer again. This time I could actually hear something. So I went back to the sink and alternated between rinsing and blowing compressed air through the port. Each time I did the speaker got louder. Eventually everything was back to normal, and I breathed a sigh of relief. Later I discovered this video: In it they mention that you can get cloths that are pre-soaked with polish. That is definitely what I will use the next time I give this a try! So how about it? Anyone else try polishing their watch? What products did you use?