Getting Super Glue Off Glasses

I used nail polish remover and it came right off the eye glasses. Any ordinary nail polish remover will work.

Editor's Note: This tip is only for glass lenses without any protective coating. Nail polish remover will damage plastic lenses.


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April 22, 20160 found this helpful

I have plastic lenses and I used nail polish remover and it did not harm the lens and it dose not come of right away it took me awhile

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January 18, 20170 found this helpful

I got smudges, (Super Glue) on both lenses, and din't have Acetone available! (I haven't colored My nails in years and years, not even as an infant!) Well, I bought some NP Remover in a few days, and no matter how long I rubbed, no luck whatsoever! Ruined forever! Not as a result of NP Remover, but as a result of waiting too long! One thing I must add to that rec' is. Start washing the Glasses immediately with Acetone, don't wait! I did try water immediately, but that SG is as tough as nails! What else could guys use, not Gasoline, as all my Gasoline is in the Gas tank where it is supposed to be! Hey, I do have Red wine, that might work!! More suggestions please? TOM...........

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October 2, 20170 found this helpful

thank you the nail polishl remover work great on my glasses.

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June 6, 20180 found this helpful

Wow. I just tried it. It worked. Tnx a lot. I was so worried that I ve damaged my lenses with glue while trying to mend d broken frame.


But dis method helped me remove d glue.

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June 8, 20200 found this helpful

Thankyou Brad this is 1product i never thought to try & already have a full bottle of.

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