There will come a point in any sunglass owners life when they’ll need to replace their lenses. Whether they’re scratched and worn after years of usage, or a sudden, dramatic accident cracks them, the need for a sunglass lenses replacement is inevitable.
The problem many people have with sunglass lenses replacements is that they don’t know how to take their old ones out and put the new ones in. Here’s a little help to keep you from getting too frustrated with your sunglass lenses replacements.
1. Soak Them.
Yep. You read that correctly. The first thing you need to do is to soak your old pair of sunglasses in lukewarm water for about two minutes, give or take. This is to make the plastic frames expand, which will make it easier to pop out those old scratched frames.
2. Get the Old Lenses Out.
Once you’re done soaking your glasses, hold onto the frames and press on the edges of the lenses. You’ll hear a cracking noise, which is good. Keep pushing and eventually you’ll pop them out. Check for any cracks or damages to the frames.
3. Putting In Your New Sunglass Lenses Replacements.
Now, make sure the earpieces are pointed at you. Place your sunglass lenses replacements on the inside track of the frame, against the opening where it should be installed. Then, you want to wrap your fingers around the frame, and place both thumbs against either side of the lens. Press gently until your sunglass lenses replacements pop into place. Lastly, apply pressure around the edges of your new lenses, while still working from inside the glasses. This is to make sure that they’re firmly seated the whole way around.
Replacement lenses for sunglasses aren’t hard to come by. They’re available online and in most eyewear stores. Such shops can also help you if you’re having trouble replacing sunglass lenses. If you have any questions about how to replace sunglass lenses, feel free to ask in the comments. Helpful research also found here: www.thesunglassfix.com