How many times have you scratched your lenses and spent big bucks on costly lens replacements? Sometimes you just live with the scratches because you can't afford the replacements. Well, not anymore! Introducing Liquid Lense, the revolutionary scratch removal kit. You can even scratch the surface of the lens with an abrasive steel wool, and liquid Lense will fill and seal the scratches in the lens making them disappear. The amazing Liquid Lense fill-and-seal technology lets you glide over the lense and fill each scratch with a perfect surface level seal for crystal clear results every time.Even scratches from sand paper can't withstand Liquid Lense. The mistake proof formula follows the lens shape as it fills and seals scratch, perfectly matching the shape of the lens surface for an invisible repair each and every time. Each time you repair your favorite scratched glasses and sunglasses you save hundreds of dollars on costly lens replacements. Best of all, you won't pay hundreds of dollars for the amazing Liquid Lense scratch removal kit.Includes: 1 Micro Resurfacing Cleanser 1 Liquid Polymer Scratch Removal Formula 1 Optometrist quality lens polishing cloth ... Read more
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Liquid Lense review
I bought this to fix small nicks in my sunglasses and it didn't work. Too hard to apply to a small nick and left a blur which was worse than the nick.
Not.Don't do it.Stop.It doesn't work on glass.
I was certain that this couldn't work for glasses before I ordered it.Optical quality surfaces can't be brushed on with an applicator tip.Come on!No, I bought it because I had refinished a french door and managed to scratch up the panes with sandpaper.I wanted to be able to conceal the lightest scratches, lighten the deeper ones and if it was a little bit imperfect, that would be OK with me.Even with such low expectations, I still deeply regret buying this product.First, it changed obvious scratches into obvious wavy patches.The stuff is easy to remove with the included cleaner solution, so I tried several times.(The included cleaner solution smells and acts remarkably like Fantastik.)In fact, it comes right off with Glass Plus as well.That also makes it fairly useless to me.I'm not sure what sort of cleaner wouldn't remove it.Maybe plain water?That's not the best part.When I used the included polishing cloth, the wavy patches remained but the scratch magically reappeared underneath!So, where once I had one problem, now I have two!Like I said, it's easy to get off so it's not a crisis.But I got (what I thought was) a good deal on a whole box of this stuff, so I was sure to have enough to do the whole door.After emptying the first bottle trying to make it work, I'm throwing the other 11 kits away.I can't for the life of me figure out what this stuff might be good for, frankly.I've actually had better results in the past using clear fingernail polish for something like this.I wouldn't think you could use fingernail polish on prescription glasses but I did use it on the crystal of an inexpensive watch once and it wasn't perfect but it was fairly durable.Maybe I'll try that method again.Certainly couldn't be any worse.
Sounds like crap to me.
I've never tried this item, but it sounds pretty crappy.
I bought this kit hoping to get my safety glasses for work looking better, but it did not work. I ended up buying a new pair, plus now I am out the $15 for the kit, which I threw out after using the one time. I should have read the reviews. It makes no sense to buy liquid lense!
Terrible, terrible item!
I tried this product on my glasses and on my watch and not only did it not "do" anything for (or should I write against?) the scratches, but, as the first reviewer pointed out, it leaves a very noticeable film.
Fortunately, it comes with a solution that removes the film entirely and makes you wonder why you had to pay to get your glasses back to their initial state.
Avoid at all cost!
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