Kitchen soap and a clean cotton cloth are often enough to clean and remove smudges and light scratches from plastic lenses. Deeper scratches can be remedied by using simple household products, such as baking soda or toot... More »

Plastic eyeglass lenses can be cleaned with soap and a microfiber cloth to remove surface dirt and smudges, according to LifeHacker. If that does not fix the problem, Armor Etch can remove the coating, while baking soda ... More »

Glasses that are scratched can be repaired with one of a variety of treatments, many of which are found within the home. One way to remove scratches is to use a cloth fabric made of soft wool and a small amount of non-ab... More »

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 »

The benefit of using Crizal lenses for glasses is its ability to combat glare, water, dust, smudges and scratches, according to Crizal. Crizal offers a range of products that are designed to meet the different needs of i... More »

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Plastic eyeglass lenses can be cleaned with soap and a microfiber cloth to remove surface dirt and smudges, according to LifeHacker. If that does not fix the problem, Armor Etch can remove the coating, while baking soda ... More »

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 »