Does anybody know how to get nicotine stains out of my clear eyeglass frames? Not the lenses, the frame.
A magic eraser will clean it up quickly. You could also use a 1:1 ratio of vinegar to baking soda.
I assume you are cleaning the nicotine off the glasses with something?
I'm sure that if nicotine is on the frames it is or has been on the glass so you want to be sure you do not use anything that is abrasive.
It is easier to clean your glasses if you can clean them over your sink so you can use warm running water (not cold and NOT hot).
Place some mild dish soap (blue Dawn works best - no additives) on your counter along with some clean soft lint-free cloths/rags. You will also need some white vinegar.
There are a few things that you can choose from, starting with, Dawn dish soap and water, a gentle degreaser, murphy's oil soap, Dr. Bronners, and warm water & 1-2 tablespoon trisodium, when using any of these , be sure to use a soft clothe only - www.wikihow.com/
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