How to remove scratches from eye glasses

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How to remove scratches from eye glasses

These days eyeglasses are really in trend. People who wear glasses know one thing for sure that glasses just change your entire look. Glasses help you to get sophisticated and smarter look. However, sometimes you end up with scratches on the glasses. These scratches make it hard to see clearly and look bad. So, if you are dealing with a similar problem the important thing is to know that you can actually fix this problem. There is no need to buy a new frame of glasses for it. It can be a huge money saver as well. (Also read: What to do in case of a sunstroke)

Baby shampoo
Baby shampoo can be really helpful to remove the scratches from the eyes glasses. Take a drop of baby shampoo and use a cotton cloth to rub the glasses. It doesn’t contain any chemicals and doesn’t harm the lens.

You can use the alcohol to clean the glasses. For this take a cloth, preferably a cotton cloth. Put few drops of alcohol on it and then clean your lens with it. You will see the visible difference in a moment. (Also read: Why do we need to save water)

It is an extraordinary hack to clean the eyeglasses. Take a pea size toothpaste, apply it on the glasses. Leave it for a moment and then wash it off with water.

Baking soda and water
Take a spoonful of baking soda and add a spoon of water. Now massage the glasses with a finger. Rub it gently and after 2 to 3 minutes wash it with water. It will help you in the best possible manner.

White vinegar
To clean your eyewear you can seek help from a simple thing from your kitchen, that is the white vinegar. Add baking soda to the white vinegar and rub the glasses with it and get rid of the scratches. (Also read: What are the surprising uses of a toothpaste)

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