There are several ways to remove fake Oakleys scratches, including sanding or filling them with toothpaste, baking soda, or an oily substance.
Mix water and baking soda.
Stir constantly until the mixture becomes a thick paste. Don’t add too much water, if the baking soda paste is too thin, the effect of removing scratches will be greatly reduced.
Take a cotton ball.
Dip a cotton ball partially into the baking soda paste. You just need to use a pea-sized amount of baking soda to remove every scratch.
Apply the baking soda paste to the scratches.
Rub the scratches on the lens with a cotton ball in a circular motion for about ten minutes. Doing this will help smooth out the scratches.
Rinse the baking soda off the lenses.
Rinse off the baking soda with cold or room temperature water. Baking soda can seep between the lens and frame, or in other crevices, so you need to pay special attention to these areas when rinsing.
Clean the lenses with a soft, lint-free cloth.
The role of this cloth is important because it ensures that the lens will not be scratched again during the cleaning process. You can buy a pack of microfiber eyeglass cloths at fake Oakley sunglasses store, www.vagtex.com. If there is any residual baking soda paste on the lenses, wipe them off with a glasses cloth.
Check the lenses.
Carefully inspect the lenses under the light to see if there are still scratches. If there is, use a cotton ball dipped in the baking soda paste and wipe the lenses again.
Clean the lenses with polish, car wax, or furniture wax
Prepare car wax, furniture wax, brass or silver polish. These types of waxes and polishes work the same whether they are used on lenses or the surface of other objects. They are generally effective at removing scratches from sunglasses, especially plastic lenses. Never use abrasive or acidic cleaners as these can damage the glasses and leave residues that are harmful to the eyes.
Squeeze a pea-sized amount of polish or wax onto the lens.
A soft lint-free cloth works here as well. Do not clean the lenses with harsh materials such as steel wool, brass steel wool, sponges, or plastic cleaning pads. These cleaning products will only further damage your sunglasses.
Spread the wax or polish away from the scratch.
Rub the lenses with a soft cloth or cotton ball. Gently spread the wax or polish over the scratch in circular motions. Rub for about 10 seconds. Wax or polish will fill in any scratches on the lens.
Take another soft lint-free cloth.
This cloth will be used to remove polish or wax, so the cloth must be dry. Use your thumb and forefinger to gently wipe off any residual wax or polish from the lens through the cloth.
Check for scratches.
Check your sunglasses under the light for any scratches. Then put on your glasses and make sure there are no scratches in your field of view. If there is, use a cotton ball or cloth with wax or polish to gently wipe the lens until the scratches are completely gone.