How can you repair eye glasses with acetone damage?
By carlsgirl2009 from Vivian, LA
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By Bob 07/22/2009
You can get replacement prescription glasses starting at $8 (plus $4.95 per order) from - http://zennioptical.com. I have been using them for years and they are great! I have two $8 dollar pairs: one for reading and one in my car. I have two $20 pairs: one for my office and one for home. I have a $40 pair (titanium) with my bi-focal prescription but I do not use them any more. All of the glasses are great. The $20 dollar pairs are nice as they have the nice hinges.
By Anonymous 07/22/2009
Sadly, you can't :-(
By Bailey36 07/22/2009
No, if they are plastic the acetone eats into it.
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