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Trick to luming speedmaster plots?

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    Trick to luming speedmaster plots?

    I'm decent at luming rolexes with big lume plots as a relatively new "lumer", But I want to throw some vintage lume on my speedmaster.

    Before I make a mess of my dial. Is there a trick to luming these plots? They're so thin, its runs off so easily.

    How would a pro do it? Is it a simple matter of using a really minute amount of mixture on each oil dip? Maybe an overly thick mix?

    Any tips I'm unaware of?

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    No tips I am afraid, but I'm about to relume an older rolex of mine, can you recommend me a good green lume powder and liquid? I'd be most greatful


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      Originally posted by ward1991 View Post
      I'm decent at luming rolexes with big lume plots as a relatively new "lumer", But I want to throw some vintage lume on my speedmaster.

      Before I make a mess of my dial. Is there a trick to luming these plots? They're so thin, its runs off so easily.

      How would a pro do it? Is it a simple matter of using a really minute amount of mixture on each oil dip? Maybe an overly thick mix?

      Any tips I'm unaware of?

      Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
      What products are you using?
      And to be honest you will ruin your dial. You need practice, especially when trying your hand on such a challenging task.


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