How can you repair eye glasses with acetone damage?
By carlsgirl2009 from Vivian, LA
No, if they are plastic the acetone eats into it.
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.