raul casal: your glasses are no coating lenses , how do you remove it? could be hard coat , but not antireflective
Sebastian G: I wish I had known this before ordering new lenses last week.
Jessica Scacco: where can i purchase that plastic scraper my glasses are beyond horrible from the anti reflective
Go Imbue: does this work for transitional lenses?
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.
Remove anti reflective coating from glasses!5
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