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[As Seen On TV] "Liquid Lens" repair kit... any good?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by PaladinX13, Mar 6, 2004.

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  1. PaladinX13

    PaladinX13 Member

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    Has anyone tried this on their glasses or optics (watch faces, etc)? I try to keep them scratch free, but accidents happen... if you've used it, do you think it would work on a scratched scope?
     
  2. DougCxx

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    I wouldn't even bother trying it on anything that had an optical coating, and that would include just about any scope I would buy.
    And a lot of glasses have antireflective coatings now too.
    It could turn a small scratch into a much worse problem. Watch cases might be worth it. Car windshields, perhaps?
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