Question about Clothing Accessories

Open Question

THE frame of my oakley splice sunglasses FMJ/ice lens has a color discoloration portion..from a stainless/grey look,it became black after i put my splice beside my car air freshner,the the liquid part of that freshner accidentally spoiled in my splice frame..after 2 days,i noticed sudden change in the color my turns black..not exactly the whole frame,but some portion only..above the don't appear like peeled part,i was thinking of scratching it by some hard plastic material.any advice from an expert like yours sir?i appreciate your kindness..Thank you.

Posted by on


6 Suggested Answers

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

  • 1 Answer

SOURCE: scratched stainless steel

First, I would not use ordinary steel wool. Small microscopic iron particles get embedded in the stainless steel surface and could lead to rust. There is stainless steel wool, but I have experience using sand paper, so I'll tell you about that.

When changing a faucet, thinking it wouldn't harm a stainless steel sink, I used a kitchen knife to scrape that crusty residue left from hard water. I had put in several noticeable shallow scrapes on the top part of my sink where everyone could see it.

I used a series of silicon carbide, wet/dry automotive sanding paper to hide my blunder. First 400 grit, then 600 grit, then 800, then 1000. The 1000 grit was actually to "polished" looking so I went back and finished with 800 grit, blending the refinished area out to the rest of the sink top surface. I sanded in the direction of the surface graining.

For your backsplash, the type of finish will determine what grit you'll finish with. If is it polished to a high lustre, then you'll have to go to finer grits. If it is polished to a mirror finish, then you'll have to eventually finish with a polishing compound.

While working on my sink, I had gravity to help me put weight behind my work (so to speak), but on your backsplash you'll have to awkwardly push sideways to work the sand paper, plus you may have cabinets in the way and a hood to clunk your head into. Depending on how much trouble it would be, you may find it easier to remove the backsplash.

I you are not familiar with finishing metal, you could practice on a piece of sheet metal first, getting used to how much pressure to apply, and sanding in straight strokes so you can match the backsplash's surface graining. If your backsplash has a mirror finish, you could try a polishing disk on a drill or a dremel tool first.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

  • 6784 Answers


You are correct. this is actually a faulty inlet valve(dual) assembly. replacing this faulty valve will fix this issue.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

  • 2237 Answers

SOURCE: discoloration around burners

the discoloration is from the heat. you can buy a stainless steel cleaner or use simple green for the grease.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

  • 145 Answers

SOURCE: how do you get fine scratches of the stainless steel door?

Firstly remove the handle, find the "allen" screws at underside of handle ends. Start first with a coarse towel and "re-scratch" the area. If that was not enough becoming more aggressive, use much care/ gentle pressure- a 3m scotch brite #7447 "going with the grain", you in essence are removing those scratches with scratches. Use DeBruce Polish with the grain for rourine cleaning and touch-ups. We use DeBruce Polish on all of our stainless steel. Non-toxic, non-abrasive and odorless, DeBruce Polish also works on glass cook tops. We get DeBruce Polish at

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: changing lens on oakley razor blades glasses

Firstly, remove your nosepiece. Grab hold of the frame at one of the top corners with an index finger and thumb - use your other index finger and thumb to hold the lens, apply presure and gently pull apart. The notch will release. To mount your new lens, insert one notch into the frame and press the other notch into place. Do not apply pressure to the stems or hinge.

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add



Related Questions:

1 Answer

My oakley sunglass lenses are peeling on the outside

I would be interest as to where you bought your oakleys,or if you bought after market lens. If you bought the oakleys new from a oakley store TAKE THEM BACK FOR WARRANTY. If they were purchased off a site or second hand they may be knockoffs. The oakley lenses are one piece and shouldn't peel at all and if they are will be covered by warranty. If the lens were purchased after market and aren't real oakley prodocts they may have a plastic film that needs to be peeled off. This is something i've seen on knock off oakley orkrs

Feb 07, 2013 | Oakley Jawbone Sunglasses

1 Answer

How to pop in the lens on an Oakley Spike that came out.

Be careful by doing something like this by yourself because it could easily crack the lens or break the frame. If you want to try it yourself you can try by heating up the frame with something as simple as a hairdryer so when you put the lens in you can mold the frame around it and this will make it easier to bend the frame to get the lens in easier. The better way of doing this is simply finding a eye glasses store or a sunglasses store and ask them if they could do it for you quickly. Most places won't mind and many will do it for free especially if you bought the sunglasses there or are already a customer.

Jun 30, 2011 | Oakley Spike Sunglasses

1 Answer

How to replace the lenses for oakley spike

I did the following... step by step, if you have any questions, please ask. - I placed the sunglasses perpendicular to me. One if the lenses will be close to you, while the other should be farther away.
-I grabbed the farthest lens from your body with both hands. Placing your left had on the left side and your right and on the right side. One had is on the bottom of the lens, while the other is on the top of the lens. It does not matter which hand is on the bottom or top.
-I grabbed the top and bottom of the frame, pulling away from the lens. At the same time I pushed with my fingers (that should be on the inside of the lenses) and pressed the lens out (on the lens closest to the nose pieces). You will hear a very faint "pop" when the lens clears the frame.
-Then slide the lens out by grabbing the part that is out of the frame that is close to the nose piece
-To put the new ones in, position the sunglasses the same way and put the replacement lens in the sunglasses, starting with the edge near the ear pieces.
-Pull the top and bottom of the frame out and push the replacement lens into place.
If you have any questions, please ask. If I can clarify anywhere, let me know.
Good luck.
And once you do this,could you please leave me feedback and vote on my answer?
Thank you very much,

Mar 17, 2011 | Oakley Spike Sunglasses

5 Answers

Could you please provide some expamples of a good running sunglasses?

Some of the good running sunglasses are:
1. Steam Punk Sunglasses
2. Cat Eye Sunglasses
3. Sexxy Aviators for Women
4. Pixel Sunnies 8-Bit Style, etc.
You can get these types of trending sunglasses in one of the best online shopping sites i.e. Golf Wang at a very less price.


Nov 07, 2010 | Clothing Accessories

2 Answers

Can you put prescription lenses into sunglasses frames? I have to get my eyes checked in about two weeks and I've gotten the use out of my current pair of glasses so I'm pushing to get new glasses. My...

Yes it is possible.. Oakley makes RX lenses specifically for some of the frames. the previous poster makes some invalid points in terms of what you are talking about. Oakley makes many more frames than just "sporty" frames that fit tight to your head. Oakley glasses are held onto your head by the shape AND by the hydrophilic rubber pieces (called Unobatnium) in glasses that are less wrapped. You mentioned that these looked like Rx Frames / regular glasses frames. Please note, Oakley makes RX frames, as well.

If you go to Oakley's website and look under Rx Sunglasses, you'll see which can be made with prescription lenses, AND ones that you can have an Optometrist cut regular lenses to fit.

However, please note, many Opticians, have lab do their cutting work and some labs will NOT cut for an Oakley frame. If your eye doc allows you to take him a frame, then he should be able to have it cut. It depends on the lab. It may be easier to find a Optometrist with his won lab on site. Those are places that will custom cut.
Of course, if you, as the previous poster stated, do go with a very sunsglasses / sport model, you'll need to stick with the Oakley specific sport sunglasses lens as the lense curvature may be hard to match.

Nov 07, 2010 | Clothing Accessories

1 Answer

Changing lens on oakley razor blades glasses

Firstly, remove your nosepiece. Grab hold of the frame at one of the top corners with an index finger and thumb - use your other index finger and thumb to hold the lens, apply presure and gently pull apart. The notch will release. To mount your new lens, insert one notch into the frame and press the other notch into place. Do not apply pressure to the stems or hinge.

Sep 04, 2009 | Oakley Crush OAK0333 Wrist Watch

Not finding what you are looking for?
Clothing Accessories Logo

Related Topics:

136 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Clothing Accessories Experts

Da Doc

Level 3 Expert

965 Answers

ray gallant

Level 3 Expert

44254 Answers


Level 3 Expert

102366 Answers

Are you a Clothing Accessory Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides