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www.reference.com/article/fixed-scratched-glasses-b3a767f683e38d45

To fixed scratched glasses, clean them with water and dish soap, and remove a scratched lens coating with sunscreen. For deeper scratches, buff out the scratches with a paste of baking soda and water or a nonabrasive toothpaste. Use a four-way nail buffer to remove scra...

www.reference.com/article/fix-broken-reading-glasses-c1bf5bdf08af074e

To fix broken reading glasses, purchase an eyeglass repair kit, replace any lost screws, apply clear nail polish to secure the screws, and wrap a rubber band around the arms to tighten a loose hinge. If the plastic frames have broken, wrap tape around the break.

www.reference.com/article/right-way-fix-cracked-glass-5d1e32c376d1a98b

Proper repair techniques for fixing cracked glass depend on the context and the severity of the crack; for example, a crack in a car's windshield can be treated with a filling product or the windshield can be replaced entirely while a cracked wine glass might be fixed w...

www.reference.com/article/can-fix-scratch-eye-glasses-2890aaa5ef509dd

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 can affect its refractive ability, which changes i...

www.reference.com/article/can-fix-broken-glass-iphone-e8697adf41cbeb89

Before fixing a broken glass on an iPhone, first back up the data, and then remove the back cover and internal hardware. Finally remove the broken glass assembly and install a replacement before reassembling the iPhone.

www.reference.com/article/types-companies-fix-sliding-glass-doors-9cb1dea7669391fc

Some companies that fix sliding glass doors include Glass Doctor and Mr. Go-Glass, as of 2015. These companies also repair windows, mirrors and bathtub enclosures. Customers can obtain free price estimates from the companies before requesting their services.

www.reference.com/article/can-fix-blown-head-gasket-using-liquid-glass-a7d3f6d15c349cb3

Liquid glass can be added to a coolant system on a vehicle to seal leaks caused by a blown head gasket. It is a sodium silicate that crystallizes in cracks when it dries, providing a temporary barrier and is most effective when used on cars with iron cylinder heads.