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02-05-2015 03:04 PM
CassMT Plastic polish from Napa, its for headlight lenses. worked 90% for pretty bad scratches for me
02-05-2015 02:06 PM
Ski I agree I tried it on the outside layer on a small area and it does buff the coating off. This only works on an uncoated inside lens.
02-05-2015 02:00 PM
theprocess For fine scratches I've buffed them out with Brasso with success. I wouldnt try this on a coated lens (i.e. iridium/mirror).

Brasso Multipurpouse Metal Polish, 8 oz -
02-04-2015 05:22 PM
How to remove Scratches from Snowboard goggles !

Hey Bros !
There is a solution for this problem. I just saved and Oakley Iridium lens and it took only about 5 min to do it.

I scratched the inside of my goggles after eating it, and wiping the snow off with my shirt. I know never do that ! I learned it the hard way.

Follow the link to this guys youtube channel and check it out.

I followed the instructions and it worked perfectly. You can check out the images of my before and after work.

If you have any questions just hit me up.
12-19-2009 02:33 PM
orlandowdwcraze Yeah i'm gonna roll with my old scott goggles. They are scratched up but like you said I'm looking through them so it prolly won't hinder my vision. If it does i'll pick some up at the ski lodge. Plus if they are usable i'll save some money from buying a new pair. I am getting my wife some from tj max or marshall though
12-17-2009 06:07 PM
arsenic0 Chances are you wont notice the scratches unless they are big enough to trap snow in which case your really need new lenses..or you are focusing your eyes on the inside of your goggles...

99% of the time you'll be looking through your goggles not at the insides of them and hardly notice it..
12-17-2009 02:07 PM
Originally Posted by arsenic0 View Post
You should be ok as long as they dont hamper your vision..just dont go rubbing the insides and wipe off all the manufacturer anti-fog..then your lens is crap...
I honestly think there not too bad. I put them on and I can see clearily but you can also see the scratches pretty well to. I guess i'll just have to take them with me and see if they really hinder my vision.
12-17-2009 09:55 AM
PaoloSmythe replacement lenses, unless your goggs are so old that they dont make compatible ones anymore?
12-16-2009 11:42 PM
arsenic0 Nope, just take better care of them and keep them in the goggle bag if not using.

You should be ok as long as they dont hamper your vision..just dont go rubbing the insides and wipe off all the manufacturer anti-fog..then your lens is crap...
12-16-2009 11:32 PM
Goggle scratch repair

So I have this old pair of scott goggles I bought on my first trip to NC. I haven't used them since I live in Fl but I want to use them when I go up to cataloochee. I put them on and they seem to be alright except that they are kinda scratched up. I don't think it will effect view on mountain but is there a kit or a substance you guys use to possibly fix the existing scratches?

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