Chuck Kelly: Did you use your method on glass or plastic polycarb eyeglasses?
Sebastian B: I've had 2 pairs of glasses that had this layer begin to fail. I am assuming that my glasses have this anti-glare (despite me asking to not include it). The lens looks like it is frosting over in certain patches its very distracting and hard to see.
AhiNama915: Worked very well on my high index glasses! Thank you.
Larry Davis: According to my eye doctor's assistant, anti-reflective coating are prone to peeling and it may have nothing to do with quality. Mine took two years to peel, leaving me with less than a perfect vision field due to the spotty surface. Here's what they said: the anti-scratch surface is always applied first (it can't go on top of another lens coating). Then the anti-reflective coating is added. It seems obvious that the anti-reflective coating then has no protection against scratches and abrasions. At Costco, they include the anti-reflective coating and there is no choice about no having it. I will not use Costco again.My new lenses came from my eye doctor and they are perfect without the anti-reflective coating.
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Ann-Margaret Staley: Do you know if this will impact the transitional coating (makes the glasses turn into sunglasses outside)?
Rick Boone: blow your nose.
Fane Paunu: Thanks, work for me with alcool 70%!
Robert Farrell: Doesn't work.
Peter Williams: Trying to find this product in Wal Mart Mexico - Windex does not work.
Grail Gal: Didn't work for me at all. $12 for windex!
Derrick Potter: Hairspray will start the deterioration. Be careful not to use hairspray if you're wearing glasses with antireflective coatings
Peter Dudycz (Phathom): BTW, nail polish remover can and will damage glasses. Do not attempt with it.
P Weemer: This worked. The coating on my lenses was stubborn, so I soaked them for about an hour. Still had to scrape and ended up with some small scratches. Used liquid car wax to remove those on the left lens and finished off the right lens (which I hadn't scraped much with a plastic tool), and they both look like new! Thanks.
Panspermia Hunter: Plastic or polycarbonate lenses? that might be the difference in coating working on some and peeling on others!
Daskinnybear: I just made some of this glass cleaner in my kitchen, some 91% iso alc a lil bit of dawn and some warm water. I let glasses soak about 10 minutes while looking for something to scrape with that wouldn't kill the actual lens. I ended up using the edge of a toothpick I dipped into the solution. apply a bit of light pressure and let the soft wood slide back and forth dip lenses in solution periodically to remove debris and check progress. When all was gone i used another drop of dawn to clean lens and a extra soft clean sock to dry and polish (I like newer CLEAN socks for glasses they are super soft and dont scratch)
Daisy Trench: This was really helpful, thank you!
Rahul Kulkarni: Why did you peel off the antireflective coating? I can't use the computer without it.
SenorCircuit: Just wanted to post and say that I didn't use this method, but you did inspire me to try just using Windex and a super soft cloth. It worked perfectly! The coating on my glasses had sort of melted or something. It was coming off in blotches and the entire front of my lenses were blurry. But now it's like I have totally new lenses. Minus the anti-relfection bit, of course, but it bought me some time. :)
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