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Common materials around the home that are useful for removing scratches from eyeglasses with plastic or glass lenses include toothpaste, baking soda, vehicle cleaning wax and windshield water repellents. Other effective ... More »

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Scratches on eyeglasses can be fixed at home using materials that are readily available at home such as toothpaste, baking soda and vehicle cleaning wax for plastic lenses. Eyeglasses with loose hinges can also be fixed ... More »

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Use a small amount of nonabrasive toothpaste on a cotton or soft wool cloth to buff away scratches on eyeglasses. The toothpaste should be applied in a small circular motion with gentle pressure on the lens for about 10 ... More »

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To remove scratches from eyeglasses, use a soft cotton or wool cloth to rub non-abrasive toothpaste into the scratched lens. If you do not have appropriate toothpaste handy, a thick paste mixture of baking soda and water... More »

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It is generally not possible to repair scratches to glass or plastic lenses of eyeglasses. It is sometimes possible to polish or smooth small, superficial scratches, but any method that changes the thickness of the lens ... More »

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A simple way to remove scratches from sunglasses involves rubbing regular toothpaste on the lenses with a microfiber cloth, washing them, then rubbing them with a baking soda paste using a cotton ball. Finally, wash them... More »

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To remove shallow scratches from glass, apply a commercial solution, such as metal or nail polish, or create a home remedy with toothpaste and baking soda. For deeper scratches, buff out the damage with cerium oxide and ... More »

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