I have an older stainless Rolex with many scratches on both sides that were originally a polished surface. So I attacked them with progressively finer sandind sticks, wasting time by starting too fine, at 12,000, and working down to 1800, which seemed to do the trick. Then back up again, with a liquid polish finish. Looks good, but I wondered: would results have been either easier, or better using a wet-sanding technique? Supposedly, it cuts down dust and makes for a better finish, because the paper doesn't clog as readily. Some use water, alcohol, or a light oil. Anyone have experience with this? Thanks.