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Can you fix a scratched goggle lens?

I dont want to buy a whole new lens does anyone have any idea of how to get rid of the scratches?
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Is this on the inside or outside of the lens?
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on the outside
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I noticed on mine that if it is on the outside, and there's a polarized coating, it may be hardly visible when looking from the inside.
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but if it doesnt have the polarized coating?

im not sure though, i just bought some anon realms for $15 bucks but the guy said the lens might need changing.
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Well with my safety glasses I have used pledge, yes the furniture polish shit. Guess it has a substance that fills small scratches. But I don't think I'd spray it on my $160 goggles.
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It's probably best to replace the lens if you can, but I've never owned any without a strong polarized lens.
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thanks for the info
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Its worth it to invest in a pair of goggles with removable lenses. Regardless of how careful I am, I always managed to scratch lenses.
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ya dude its removable, i just dont wanna spend $50 on a new lens..know what im sayin..
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