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02-22-2010 12:51 PM
DC5R If it doesn't impact your sight in any way, I'd just leave the scratch there. IMO, it'll be difficult to buff out a deep scratch without marring up the rest of the lens.
02-22-2010 11:04 AM
laviers13 umm. the lenses are plastic so maybe you could use like meguirs plastx or some other similar product. Its for cars but it will accomplish the same thing. I haven't ever done it so i can't give input towards if it works or not. I dont know how this affects the antifog or the gas layer between the lenses. Just a suggestion.

I have always just bought a new lense. I wear electric eg2's and the lenses have never really been that expensive.
02-22-2010 02:22 AM
Any way to fix a moderate scratch on pink iridium lense??

I stupidly scratched my goggles pretty bad and was wondering if there was anything I could do to "fix" them or to make it look less noticeable(other than buy a new lense). It's not a big scratch but it's kinda deep. I did it really stupidly too. I had them on the front of my helmet and forgot they were there and walked/bumped into the frame of a steel door at my local hill chalet. I've forgotten several times how much more thickness I have to adjust for with a helmet and goggles on and everytime I bump into something, it reminds me of how much of a noob I still am. Anyways, would appreciate any tricks that may help.

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