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Removing scratches on sunglasses

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Evening all, I wondered if anyone knows of any tips to remove/ polish out scratches on sunglasses lenses. Can I use Applesauce (b4 any wise cracks, it used to polish out scratches on iphones/ ipods)? … Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Evening all, I wondered if anyone knows of any tips to remove/ polish out scratches on sunglasses lenses. Can I use Applesauce (b4 any wise cracks, it used to polish out scratches on iphones/ ipods)?

Are there any companies that do this, I 've done a brief net search but there is nothing condusive. Any help or advice would be gratefully received.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
brasso is t he stuff to use, it is a fine abrsive and will reove scratches form any plastic surface.
This is tha liquid not the wadding of course :thumbsup:
1 Like #2
dont forget the slightly gentler t-cut from most car care shops....

CARPLAN (Original manuacturer)
http://www.carplan.co.uk/index.cfm?category=58

HALFORDS.
http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/SearchCmd?srch=t-cut&x=0&y=0&action=search&storeId=10001&catalogId=10151&langId=-1

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before you go dousing these glasses in the goo - just use a fingertip drip on one lens, you'll be surprised what a little rubbing can do.... (no jokes pls!)

t-cut is meant for paint - (which are polymer based) so plastics should work just as well.

good luck.

-Radishnet
#3
I've heard wire wool is good for this kind of thing
#4
lol @ wise cracks
#5
tigerallstars
I've heard wire wool is good for this kind of thing


Yeah I gonna try wire wool on my £160 D&G sunglasses, good advice, thanks :thumbsup:
#6
I've used displex on mobile phone screens.

And G3 scratch remover on paintwork.

Both did a great job, maybe try displex?. Try it on some cheapo sunglasses first before trying in an expensive pair.

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