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  1. marc2040

    marc2040 Guest

    What can you do if your frame has slight scratches?

    In my opinion you should not necessarily repaint.
    I`m using Fing`rs 3-in-1 High-Gloss Buffer.
    They are advertised as: Ideal for cleaning, buffing natural nails, gel & acrylic nails. Smoothes ridges and removes yellow.

    1. Remove your lenses.
    3. Try to polish with stage 3 (gray)
    2. If this doesnt work use carefully stage 2 (white)
    3. Then go back to stage 3 (gray)
    4. Clean your frame with a lot of water
    5. Dry your frame with a micro-fiber cloth

    Result (10 year old Oakley Minute):
     
    Last edited by a moderator: 5/21/14
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  2. qtrain23

    qtrain23 3D Printing Protege

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    That is a super low quality photo that doesn't show much...
     
  3. hearno

    hearno Oakley Collector

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    It's better if you click on it. A before and after would have been helpful to see the difference.
     
  4. marc2040

    marc2040 Guest

    Edited #1

    I bought another used Minute couple of days ago.
    It`s still on the way, but when here I will make a before & after.
     
  5. marc2040

    marc2040 Guest

    Click to enlarge

    Before



    After
     
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  6. good2mod

    good2mod Oakley Collector

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    good try.
     
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  7. Peter Gilley

    Peter Gilley Oakley Beginner

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    I see that scratches have been removed.... good job. I have to do the same type of thing to my"twitch"es polished white. The previous owner decided that they were a toothpick!, not good, now i am looking to sand and polish that out of the earstems. Anybody else have tips that could help? I will look for what marc suggested, but anything else as far as polishing out scratches goes would be greatly appreciated..... I am thinking of one of those rock tumblers, anybody tried that?