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Anyone ever try this?

InstructionsThings You'll Need:
Brasso
2 washcloths
Soap
Vinegar
Step 1Squirt a quarter size amount of Brasso directly onto a washcloth.

Step 2Rub the Brasso onto your Oakley lenses. Rub in a circular motion for three to five minutes.

Step 3Wipe away the excess Brasso with a clean area of your washcloth.

Step 4Wash your Oakley sunglasses with soap and water. You can do this at your kitchen sink.

Step 5Pat dry the lenses with the corner of your second washcloth.

Step 6Soak the corner of your second wash cloth with vinegar. Wring out any excess moisture.

Step 7Wipe your lenses with the vinegar soaked end of your wash cloth. This will remove any leftover Brasso. Set the glasses aside to air dry.

Lisa
 

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I have now....and the lens on my oakleys are maybe not perfect but much better than they where before.

Thanks lisa


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Man, that's really cool! I haven't yet scratched my Oakleys, but I know the day will come. Good to know that doesn't mean they're trash.

I wonder if the same procedure would work for scratches on CDs/DVDs.
 

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Hell I would be pissed if it worked on CDs. I just threw out thirty or so old ones I had kept in storage. They were all kinds of scratched up.
 

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Hell I would be pissed if it worked on CDs. I just threw out thirty or so old ones I had kept in storage. They were all kinds of scratched up.
I use McGuires cleaner wax on CD's & DVD's. It works most of the time.
 

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For most plastic lenses (and anything plastic/poly). Been using this stuff for ions and works great:

Novus Plastic Cleaners

FYI:

I had a 15yr old pair of RayBan's that both lenses were broke bout 5yrs ago. So I just threw them on the shelf. Then I happen to come across this place. So I said "What the Hell". $29 to fix a $150 pair? Worth a shot. So I sent them off (no money upfront) and to my surprise they came back in about 2 weeks and totally free of charge. Guess they were able to tap into RayBan's lifetime lens repair/replacement without my original receipt. Which, by-the- way, isn't free thru RayBan. Guess they do this for all high dollar sunglasses. Nice:)

Eye Wear Repair - Glasses and Sunglasses Repair from just £17.99
 

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Oakley used to have a lifetime warranty on the lenses if they got scratched. You would mail them in and they would either polish the lenses if they were minor scratches or would replace them if the scratches were too deep. They used a polishing compound on a rotary microfiber wheel to buff out the scratches.
 

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;) Perhaps it might work on automotive headlight lens. I might give it a try!
 
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