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How do you remove scratches from Ray Ban sunglasses?

  1. Paul Edmondson profile image
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    Paul Edmondsonposted 7 years ago

    How do you remove scratches from Ray Ban sunglasses?

    The lenses on my Ray Ban sunglasses are scratched and I want to repair them.

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  2. pork22 profile image69
    pork22posted 7 years ago

    If the scratches are in the mirror coating, you can't remove them. The mirror coating is the last coating on the outside of the lens and easily scratched. You can buy replacement lenses from Ray-Ban.

  3. RealHousewife profile image75
    RealHousewifeposted 7 years ago

    Well you could run over them then replace the lenses.  That's what my hubby did when he turned a corner too fast and they slid across the dashboard and out the open window:(

  4. webguyonline profile image54
    webguyonlineposted 7 years ago

    hehe, you can just buy a new one. (just kidding) - here's a tip i found from ehow.com

    - Use baking soda to remove scratches on your sunglasses. Mix 1 part water to 2 parts baking soda to create a creamy paste. Use the cotton cloth to distribute the paste onto the scratched lens. Use a circular motion to rub the baking soda paste into the lens. Rinse with lukewarm water. More stubborn scratches warrant a second application.

  5. Golfgal profile image82
    Golfgalposted 7 years ago

    WD-40, use a soft cloth and a little dab on each lens.  See if that works smile

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    courtney_cassidyposted 7 years ago

    hydrogen peroxide and baking soda mixed together and let it sit on the lense for about 5 minutes and then wipe off with cold damp rag(:

  7. tgopfrich profile image79
    tgopfrichposted 7 years ago

    you could try cleaning them with lemon pledge. The oil fills in the scratches and makes them clear. But its not a fix forever thing. But it does work

  8. dusy7969 profile image58
    dusy7969posted 7 years ago

    with fix it pro we can remove scracthes from Ray Ban sunglasses

  9. opticstoreonline profile image64
    opticstoreonlineposted 7 years ago

    Three is no way that you can remove scratches from the lenses. You can only get it replaced..

  10. LuisEGonzalez profile image86
    LuisEGonzalezposted 7 years ago

    Any abrasive, like the baking soda mixture will "sand" the glass itself, you just need to polish it further with a soft and mild abrasive after the initial application of the backing soda mixture and buff it with a cotton cloth for a while. Deeper scratches will not be fixable. Either that or buy a new pair or in the hopes of not offending any very sensitive souls donate the costs to a non profit.

    You know sometimes some people forget that we have to relax and just remember that it's just a question, nothing more.

    Hope you get them fixed Paul, good luck, they are really cool sunglasses.

  11. nabeelplus profile image60
    nabeelplusposted 6 years ago

    Spread glass etching material onto the front and back surfaces of the lenses. This glass etching compound Spray both sides of the lens with furniture polish and begin buffing the lens with the cloth.

    1. BekiBugg profile image56
      BekiBuggposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I just recently scratched my gazillion dollar glasses.. was in tears and asked my friend how I was going to tell my husband she said "don't, bring me some toothpaste (white)"...  rubbed the surface then ran water and voila my scratches were so fixed!

  12. R.S. Hutchinson profile image84
    R.S. Hutchinsonposted 6 years ago

    believe it or not: peanut-butter!! Has to be creamy though. rub it over the scratch with a cloth for about 30 seconds.. then let it sit for about 10 minutes then wash off and blowdry and voila!

    1. Diane Woodson profile image60
      Diane Woodsonposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I vote for this one!! Peanut butter I am addicted to and it has lots of uses besides peanut butter and jelly sandwiches! Good for you!

  13. Johnrr631992 profile image88
    Johnrr631992posted 6 years ago

    Buy replacement lens from ebay, and change em out. had to do it for my bros

  14. K9keystrokes profile image94
    K9keystrokesposted 6 years ago

    A combination of ash and moisture rubbed onto the surface will work for scratched lenses. I use a tiny bit of WD-40 and cigar ash for the perfect scratch fix formula.
    Good luck, I hope this helps!
    K9

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    reeltaulkposted 6 years ago

    ..................throw them away and purchase a name brand that caters to protecting your lens (scratch proof lens)

  16. Krystal-Hosting profile image58
    Krystal-Hostingposted 6 years ago

    The most effective method is to use a good metal polish like "Brasso". It does take quite a long time to polish scratches out of glass, but it is well worth the effort. Whatever you do, don't use metal polish on plastic lenses. It will permanently ruin them. Good luck !

  17. Keith Matyi profile image60
    Keith Matyiposted 6 years ago

    Take just a bit of car wax on a soft cotton rag. It should do it.

  18. samtenabray profile image60
    samtenabrayposted 6 years ago

    Get a soft cloth, some spirits and hope for the best!

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    hmmronyposted 6 years ago

    A combination of ash and moisture rubbed onto the surface will work for scratched lenses. I use a tiny bit of WD-40 and cigar ash for the perfect scratch fix formula.

    Good luck, I hope this helps!

  20. Diane Woodson profile image60
    Diane Woodsonposted 6 years ago

    Well I ahve lost two pair of Aviators in my life and wish to have one of them back everytime summer comes around. I vote for peanut butter who one of my friends mentioned below!

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  22. Kalmiya profile image78
    Kalmiyaposted 4 years ago

    Your life is very sad if this is something you need to internet about.

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    mmunny10posted 4 years ago

    For scratched or damaged Ray Ban lenses, you can order a replacement set of lenses by contacting their warranty/service provider at 800-343-5594.  A set of polarized lenses will run around $36 (incl shipping and handling.  State tax may apply).  You can either replace them yourselves, or go to any Sun Glass Hut location and they will put the new lenses on your glasses free of charge.

  24. profile image53
    megan porterposted 3 years ago

    hello Paul how are you Viniger helps to remove some of the deepest scratches it also works on cds too x

                dream it believe it achieve it

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    Deryaakbayrakposted 18 months ago

    I heard you if you first clean the surface with a lens cleaner of any sort and then apply metal polish or non gel toothpaste it does the job!

 
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