@iynaomi24 asked 8 months ago.

How to fix cracked glasses frames?

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@Benjii answered 5 months ago.

  1. Clean off the damaged areas to ensure no dust or particles are present.
  2. Cover your lenses with wax paper to avoid spilling glue on them.
  3. Apply bonding glue on the two pieces that are to be glued together.
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@evpasamon21 answered 8 months ago.

There is a way to fix your old glasses frames. It's called lens replacement. The process involves removing the lenses from your old glasses frames and replacing it with brand new lenses. It's a perfect solution for those who have broken their glasses frames and can't afford getting a new pair of glasses.

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@egeugeneserafin6 answered 8 months ago.

Cracks in eyeglasses frames are common, especially if you have a pair that are a few years old. The good news is that you can easily fix cracked eyeglasses frames.

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@Sunny answered 8 months ago.

If you have a pair of glasses frames that are cracked, you can fix them with some super glue. Simply apply a thin layer of super glue to the crack, let it dry, and then buff it out with a piece of fine sandpaper. It's easy to fix a pair of glasses with broken frames. All you need is some Sugru moldable glue and you're good to go. Sugru is the perfect glue for broken eyeglass frames because it's moldable, so you can shape it to exactly the right shape before it hardens.

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@Markjohn answered 8 months ago.

There are several ways you can fix a cracked frame. If the crack is small, then you can place something over it to reinforce the frame. Superglue works best for this and you can use a toothpick to apply it. If you have a larger crack, then you can fill them with epoxy.

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