Remove Anti Reflective Coating From Glasses!




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Sean _: are there any optical shops in the US that will remove damaged ARC and reapply new antireflective coating?

Kim Ramsey: thank you!

Wolfeboronian: In 50 years, trained in a optical shop, I never had this problem with anti-reflective coatings until I bought these at Wal-Mart. A second Wal-Mart pair self-destructed in five months!   While I'm generally NOT in favor of class-action lawsuits, maybe it's TIME.

Kenny Chhoeun: Thanks so much the anti glare was bothering me so much I couldn't even see the white board at school

Kman: thanks much. I can see through mine just fine but they look terrible if you were to stand there looking at me with my glasses on. I may very well give this a try. this has now happened on the only two pair of eyewear I have ever owned. It happens after about 2 years. I will never get it on another pair, that's for sure.

assmaster420: What's BS is that you can't get lenses w/o that UV coating, at least from walmart

Patricia Gladwell Connelly: Yay, thank you so much. I hope you get revenue for this great posting. I just recently bought a new pair of glasses because of the antiglare issue. I knew there was something out there.

Larry Kapp: I had same kind of glasses and lenses for years and last year I got the anti glare coating - big mistake ! It started getting so cloudy from small scratches that it looked like I had an oil film on lenses. My old glasses never did that and I had to go back to wearing them. I am trying your method now - though since your bottle of glass cleaner said Isopropyl alcohol was the ingredient I am using that since I have some around. Hoping it works so I can use these glasses again !

Stacy White: that reflective coating is a pain in the butt all around...and we pay dearly for it too!...we're all crazy it seems...

Luke McLaughlin: You shouldn't shop at WallMart!

TDYEarth: Thank You SO Very Much! I didn't even know it was just the anti-glare causing this. I went into my optometrist's office and they said there was nothing they could do. I paid $900.00 for my glasses with a supposed $200.00 discount. They probably can't take on the liability of damaging them. I haven't gotten it all off yet, but enough to know I will be able to see again. Thank You beyond words!

Peter Dudycz: Main ingredient in the cleaner is Isopropyl Alcohol. You can most likely buy a bottle of 70% at any store and use that. (all ingredients: Isopropyl Alcohol, Water, Detergent.

Rachel Magowan: my glasses are peeling as well, they are only a year old. They discontinued my frames and I dont want to spend another $400 for frames and another $200 for lenses but its getting really hard to see through the chipping. Im definitely going to try this! Thank you!

TheMad King: What section of Walmart is that in?

Cynthia Lauren: Sorry but this did NOT work. It actually made my glasses worse. I'm so disappointed :(

Javi Veltron: I have glasses I don't use because they over tinted the glasses (not transitional) and looks like I'm using sunglasses all the time. Will this help remove the dark tint?

Alvin Brinson: Have two pairs of glasses with this f*@*! chipping coating.

jim stuart: I paused the video and saw that the main ingredients are isopropyl alcohol & detergent.

Boneyfreak: Ingredient(s)
Ethanol
Isopropanol

Michael Lowery: I dont know how you found this out but it works. I had a pair of glasses that costed me around $350 bucks. I left them in the hot car and the anti reflective coating started "crazing" (cracking). Couldnt see out of them at night without a horrible glare from lights. Clarkson eye care wouldnt fix them because it was the second time. I popped my lenses out and soaked them for a few hours mainly because i kept trying every 20 mins or so and it still wasnt coming off at all. After a few hours I took them out of the solution, wiped them off and it was gone. Glasses were perfect. THANKS!!!!!
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