4 Simple Ways To Remove Scratches From Glasses

Date December 17, 2018

We can all agree that scratches on glasses are annoying. You try to take good care of your glasses, but you still can't avoid the hateful scratches. To avoid getting a new pair of glasses each time scratches appear, you can restore your old pair of these accessories. We offer you 5 life hacks that will help you get rid of small scuffs in less than one minute.

You need to be careful because if you have an anti-reflective coating or toning on your lenses, these methods will not work, and you will only damage your glasses. If you have any concerns about cleaning your glasses, ask to speak to the optician at the practice where you got them.

1. Furniture polish spray

A professional optometrist in the video below advises applying the furniture polish spray directly onto the lens. Then, you need to rub the surface well with your fingers. Next, wipe off your glasses with a cloth duster.

2. Water and baking soda

The author of this video suggests mixing 1:1 ratio of baking soda and water, and then rubbing the mass into the lens. Afterwards, rinse the glasses under running water and wipe them dry.

3. Toothpaste

The next video suggests removing scratches from glasses with the help of ordinary toothpaste! The methods of application and cleaning are the same as in the previous videos.

4. Car wax

The man in the video below claims that his glasses are 8 years old, and he could hardly see anything because of the scratches on them. He tried using car polishing paste, and it worked! The author of the video applied a little car wax on a wet microfiber cloth and wiped his lenses with it.

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