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  1. Bubba

    Bubba Oakley Beginner

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    Does anybody out there have tips or tricks to hide the scratches that are unfortunately present in some of my shades? Didn't know if there was a way to "polish" them out or just some way to sort of hide them? Just picked up a used pair that I am glad I could rescue from someone that was clearly not an Oakley enthusiasts, so I can now take core of them and give them a loving home haha..any advice is appreciated

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Lumbergh

    Lumbergh Oakley Enthusiast

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    Buy new lenses. The fine coating that make up the lens just get ruined if you try to polish them.
     
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  3. InfiniteHero

    InfiniteHero Entrepreneur Premium Member

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    Replace the lenses, but maybe , maybe using a little Rain X might fill the hairline ones in. If they can be felt by a finger nail then no, replace.
     
  4. Mr X Metal

    Mr X Metal Oakley Enthusiast

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    I've never had any luck in that regard. I always wind up having to replace the lenses.
     
  5. Bubba

    Bubba Oakley Beginner

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    I was afraid of the information I would get! To replace lenses...scratches don't effect vision so these will be my every day rough and tough pair I don't have to worry about
     
  6. JamieLampert

    JamieLampert Oakley Enthusiast

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    New lens day. I have never had any luck trying to fix the scratches
     
  7. Bubba

    Bubba Oakley Beginner

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    If I can find a cheap set of polarized lenses for these jupiter squared glasses then I may replace the lenses but I don't want to pay fill retail for a set because the frames are no where near perfect either