Have Jack gently clean the dial, some of the water marks will probably come off. Have it re-lumed by him. I think it will look pretty good. I have had some dials re-lumed by Jack, and they all came out great. Just send him a few pictures, or better, send a set of hands for him to match to.
I have fixed similar in a few minutes. Fill a small glass with bleach drop the dial in it and wait a bit and empty the cup in a water filled sink. Do at your own risk but I've had tremendous success before with the tritium returning to bright white.
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This is not moldy lume..
August 16 2012, 9:23 AM
This is missing lume. No bleach is going to restore missing lume and even if it is moldy lume, you run the risk of the bleach eating away and decomposing the lume beneath, making the dial unusable. I have seen people also use a fine tooth brush in an effort to remove the top layer of the lume revealing the creamy color below. In my eyes, the lume is missing on this dial.
Will the OP please tell us if the lume is black from mold or missing completely?