When we have glasses or glasses we do not give them the care they must have and we end up throwing them to the tops and in trash bags full of trash, not to mention the times we mistakenly sat on top of them.
These oversights often result in scratches that are bothersome and negatively impacting the vision. If your goggles are hazy due to scratches from the wrong care, do not worry.
Before you get to visit an expensive eye doctor, try some common methods to remove surface scratches from the lens surface.
Then, in today’s article we are going to present the correct way to give them the care they need for glasses or glasses even if they are badly damaged.
Method for removing scratches from glasses
Things You’ll Need:
• microfiber cleaning cloths
• lens cleaning spray
• disposable gloves
• sodium bicarbonate
• small bowl
• lint-free cloth
• car wax
Step 1- Gently wipe the front and back of each lens using a microfiber cloth to remove any dust on the surface.
Step 2 – Clean stains by spraying the front of the lenses with one to two sprays of a cleaning solution for eyeglasses. Gently polish the lenses using the microfiber cloth, then repeat the process on the back of the lenses.
Step 3 – Put on disposable gloves, then pour 1 to 2 tablespoons of baking soda into a small bowl. Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of water slowly and stir the mixture with your finger until thick paste forms. If necessary, add additional water to obtain the proper consistency.
Step 4 – Spread a thick layer of baking soda paste over the entire front surface of the lens, not just the scratched areas. Polish the lenses using a microfiber cloth by moving them in small circular motions. Apply only a light pressure while polishing the lenses.
Step 5 – Rinse the lenses with warm water and dry them with a lint-free towel.
Step 6 – Repeat the application of baking soda on the back of the lenses if there are any scratches there. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry.
Step 7 – Apply ½ teaspoon car wax to a clean microfiber cloth. Wipe the car wax on the lens surface using circular motions until the solution is no longer visible. Turn the microfiber cloth to a clean area, then polish the lenses to remove any fine scratches that may remain.
Do not use fabrics or paper materials other than microfiber cloths to clean the glasses. These products can scratch all lenses, complicating the problem.
Never use household cleaners on eyeglass lenses as damage may occur. If the lens glasses have a special coating on them, like some anti-glare, you may not be able to remove the scratches. Visit your optician to repair scratches on this type of lenses.
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