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  1. Frogskins

    Frogskins Oakley Expert

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    Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving and aren't broke after Black Friday ...


    Anyways, I was wondering, does anyone know if there's a way for me to clean or whiten up my vintage (metal hinge) white frogs?

    Because of their age, they're starting to get yellow ...

    At the same time, do you think it's best that I not clean them and leave them as is because becoming yellow with age is normal and most collectors prefer older items to be as is?

    Thanks ...
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  2. jonoyong

    jonoyong Inside Outlaw. Staff Member Premium Member

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    well, if the plastic has become yellow, i'm thinking there isn't much you can do abt it. i wouldn't go beyond trying a little soap and water. =)
  3. Oakleynerd

    Oakleynerd Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    jonoyong is right just little soap and warm water . . .
    let us know if you could "clean" it.
    please make some pics before - after!
  4. Menendez1293

    Menendez1293 Oakley Enthusiast

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    I would have to agree with both jono and nerd. Since they are plastic your probably don't want to try much more than soap and warm water. Give them a nice bath and dry them up see if that helps. If they have sentelmental value you can always have them painted again. That would destroy the value of the glasses but they would look new again. Hope this helps you out.