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Use white non-abrasive toothpaste.

  1. The non-abrasive toothpaste should not contain any gel, mint or teeth whitening properties. Regular toothpaste is recommended since toothpaste with any special properties will cause more damages to the lens.
  2. Use a small amount of the toothpaste on a cotton ball. A small amount is ideal because it does not cause smudging. Cotton pads are ideal since they leave little residue or fibers on the lenses.
  3. Gently rub the cotton pad with toothpaste on the scratched lens. In slow circular motions, rub the scratches for about ten seconds. This is to help buff the scratch from the lenses.
  4. Now rinse the toothpaste from the lens. Using warm water, remove the toothpaste from the lenses. Rotate the lenses while under water to ensure that all the toothpaste is removed. Attention should be given to the small crevices where the frame meets the lenses.
  5. Use a clean, soft and lint free cloth to rub off the toothpaste. The cloth should be dirt free and soft so as not to add more scratches to the lens. In addition to this, rub the cloth in a circular motion to remove all the paste and any remaining moisture. Apply the appropriate force as too much force can make the lens pop out.
  6. After rubbing, inspect the lens under light to confirm that the scratch has been erased. You can also inspect the visibility of the scratch by trying them back on.

Ray-Ban Rb4181... | Answered on Jul 10, 2020


I'm in need of Ray Ban PS8 W2175 right temple as well.
Could anyone help, please?
(Or the whole frame, just to use the lens in good condition)

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Ray-Ban RB 2030... | Answered on Sep 10, 2018


I believe that you can send these right back to RayBan and they will fix or replace these. Don't send them in without checking first but it is worth checking into.

Ray-Ban RB 3403... | Answered on Mar 15, 2015


www.ray-ban.com/

send then in to get them repaired.

Ray-Ban Clothing... | Answered on May 11, 2014


look at the box your Ray-Bans came in. There should be a recycling logo, as well as a semi-permanent sticker on the box, including the serial number, manufacturer and distributor details, lens and frame type, and the model number of your specific style of sunglasses. If this sticker is missing, the sunglasses in the box are probably not genuine.

Ray-Ban Clothing... | Answered on Apr 11, 2014


please help me!!!!!i cant find a spare part for the hinge on the bridge of my wayfarer folding...what can i do???

Ray-Ban RB 4105... | Answered on Nov 20, 2013

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