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 »

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 » Health Vision Glasses & Contacts

Remove hairspray from your eyeglasses by washing them with warm, soapy water. Hairspray can harm the lens' coating so it is important to remove it quickly. 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 »

One common problem with Crizal lenses is that smudges and fingerprints may show up more clearly on them than on other types of lenses; because of this, wearers may have to clean them often. The coating on the lenses can ... More »

Varilux is a brand of progressive eyeglass lenses that correct presbyopia, an age-related condition that reduces the ability of the eye to focus on near objects. First sold by a French company named Essel in 1959, Varilu... More »

The different types of eyeglass lenses that are available include polycarbonate, Trivex, high-index and aspheric lenses, notes WebMD. These lens types are made from different materials, such as thermoplastic, different p... More » Health Vision Glasses & Contacts