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How to Remove Scratches from Ray-Ban Sunglasses

December 10, 2018 3 min read

How to Remove Scratches from Ray-Ban Sunglasses

It can be very frustrating when your sunglasses have scratches on the lenses. Not only does it affect your visibility but it can become extremely distracting. So what should you do if your Ray-Ban sunglasses are scratched?

Often times people wonder if small scratches can be fixed at home, without spending a lot of money. The good news is that it is possible to fix them at home and depending on the size of the scratch you have a few different options. Here is how:

Finding the Location Of the Scratch

In order to properly determine the location of the scratch, clean your sunglasses. Funny enough what could appear to be a scratch might just be dirt or debris. So that's why using a cleaner that is specially made for sunglasses and use a microfiber cloth will help you easily locate the scratch.

5 Different Ways to Remove Scratches From Ray-Ban Sunglasses

5 Different Ways to Remove Scratches From Ray-Ban Sunglasses

  1. Use Toothpaste

    Several different types of daily use products can be used to fix scratches. You can apply toothpaste on the surface, gently rub it in a circular motion, and then rinse it with cold water. If the scratches are deep then repeat the procedure twice.

    A good alternative for soft toothpaste is water and baking soda. Put baking soda in a bowl, add water to make a thick paste, and then rub it on your shades in a circular motion. When you feel that the last stroke has been lost, wash it with cold water.

  2. Use Silver Or Brass Polish

    If the baking soda and the soft toothpaste methods fail, then you can use a brass polish and can apply it with a soft cloth. Rub the polish on the lens, until you feel that the scratches have disappeared. Just make sure that you do not hit the frame when cleaning the lenses as that can ruin the overall look.

  3. Use Microfiber Cloth

    Clean the scratches with a soft microfiber cloth. Rough towels and cotton cloths can add to the number of scratches. If you are applying a cleaning product, and cannot remove it with a cotton ball, then rinse the lens with cold water and wipe off the water droplets with a microfiber cloth.

  4. Use Fillers Lens

    If you feel that the scratches are not disappearing, then use filler lenses. These will help in filling out the scratches for a while. There are two different types of products that can be used on your sunglasses. One of them is Turtle Wax, which is used to polish the car, and the other is Lemon Pledge, which is a furniture polish that contains a candle wax.

    Apply these products on the lens of the sunglasses, with the help of a microfiber cloth. Rub the product gently in circular motion, and then wipe the excess off with the microfiber cloth. This procedure will help you to see clearly, and you should repeat this every other week

  5. Replace The Lenses

    Sometimes the scratches may be too large to repair with a home remedy but that doesn’t mean you should give up! Here at shadesdaddy.com, we offer a wide range of Ray-Ban replacement lenses. How to replace your Ray-Ban Sunglasses Lenses

  6. See The Result 

    After doing all this, wear the sunglasses and see whether the scratches are present or not. You should have improved visibility after repairing the scratches.

    All the above-mentioned methods are cheap ways to fix sunglasses. Try them out right now!



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