St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
The Sunglass Fix, an internationally recognized sunglass replacement lens company, would like to share five helpful tips for anybody looking to get more life out of their sunglass lenses.
“Just because your beloved sunglass lenses have been scratched doesn’t mean that you need new ones,” says a spokesperson for The Sunglass Fix. “Before you go out and purchase a new pair, try using one of these methods to extend your lens life and save you some money.”
There are several different techniques that can be used when trying to fix a scratch and most involve gently rubbing some sort of wax or polish. Here are the top five methods that The Sunglass Fix recommends:
Brass or Silver Polish – rub one of these onto a scratch with a cotton ball and then remove any leftover polish with a soft, clean cloth.
Toothpaste – make sure the paste is not abrasive, minty or whitening and is not a gel. Rub on with a cotton ball and rinse with cool water ten seconds after the paste has been applied. Remove any leftover polish with a soft, clean cloth.
Water and Baking Soda – mix one part water with two parts baking soda to create a paste and then rub the paste on the scratch. Rinse after ten seconds and clean with a cloth.
Vehicle Wax – Vehicle wax can also be used to remove scratches. Simply apply it in a circular motion and then wipe away any excess wax with a cloth.
Lemon Pledge – In addition to repairing a scratch, this will leave your lenses smelling fresh and clean. Spray the Pledge on and rub in using a circular motion and a clean cloth.
“If those methods don’t work, it’s time to consider getting a new pair of lenses,” says a representative of The Sunglass Fix. “Don’t forget that The Sunglass Fix has the biggest selection of lenses around, including Oakley replacement lenses and Ray Ban replacement lenses.
About The Sunglass Fix:
The Sunglass Fix won Platinum Award for outstanding customer service for a third time in a row. They manufacture and source some of the best sunglass replacement lenses for sunglasses on the market. They leverage precision technology to shape them to customers' existing frames. With over 25,000 lenses to choose from, it’s the biggest selection on the planet that can be shipped anywhere free! Additionally, their lenses can be custom cut and installed in just about any pair of sunglasses with two lenses. This is an industry changing solution for sunglass users. Would you rather toss your sunglasses to landfill or give them a new life?