You will need these items before starting to remove the lenses from your sunglasses.
– Protective eyewear (safety glasses or goggles)
-Lens scratch remover solution – Cotton swabs -Rubbing alcohol – Toothpicks -Lens polishing cloth –
Now that you’ve gathered all the necessary information, it’s time to start stripping the lenses from your sunglasses.
Start by putting on the hard eyewear on. This will shield your eyes from any debris that might fly during the lens extraction process.
Next, use a cotton swab to apply the lens scratch remover solution. This will help to minimize scratches on the lenses and make it much easier to clean them. Allow the procedure to sit for a few minutes before going forward.
If the solution has taken time to work, use a soft cloth to gently wipe away the solution and any dust from the lens. To gently remove any dust stuck on the lenses, you can use a toothpick.
After the lenses are clean of dust, use a lens polishing cloth to buff them and make them look as good as new.
To clean the lenses and remove any remaining dirt or residue, use a cotton swab and some rubbing alcohol to clean the lenses.
You will remove the lenses from your sunglasses after completing all of these steps. To do this, you’ll need to grip the lenses firmly and slowly pull them away from the picture. Be sure not to pull too hard, as this may result in damage to the lenses or frame.
You can safely remove the lenses from your sunglasses by following these steps. Be sure to use the correct equipment and take your time to ensure that no damage is done to the lenses.