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Plastic frame glasses are a fantastic choice because they come in a variety of colours and are lightweight, durable and affordable. Plastic glasses frames are a fantastic option for anyone looking to add personality to their everyday look.
How to clean plastic frames on glasses?
Taking care of your glasses is critical if you want them to last a long time. It is essential for people who rely on prescription glasses to see without issues.
To be safe from damaging your glasses lenses, you should use a cleaning solution designed for cleaning glasses. For more information, take a look at our article that takes you through all the steps you need to take care of your plastic glasses.
How to adjust plastic frame glasses at home?
It’s quite irritating when glasses are crooked on your face or cause discomfort. Luckily, some of these problems can be resolved with a simple, quick fix.
If your issue lies in the frame's shape instead of the position your glasses sit on your nose, you can still do something to remedy the situation. To make slight modifications to the plastic frame, you can run the plastic parts under hot water for a couple of minutes and then bend them very carefully and with minimal force.
How to fix plastic frame glasses?
If you are like most people, it likely is not the first time you have broken your glasses in one way or another, and it will likely not be the last! Metal hinges are fused into most glasses and can be removed and replaced with a new one. On the other hand, some plastic frame glasses are manufactured wholly of plastic, including the hinges.
For breaks in the temple arms or frames aside from the hinges, glue is the go-to method to fix your plastic eyeglass frames, and the perfect glue for the job is superglue. However, if you’re looking to have your glasses repaired professionally, it is best to take them to your local optician.
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