What can I do if rimless glasses are broken?
Fri, Aug 13, 21 By : KoalaEye Optical
In the previous article, we discussed “How to protect rimless glasses?”. In this article, let’s talk about “What can I do if rimless glasses are broken?”. What can I do if the rimless glasses frame is broken? It depends on the material of the frames. If it is a metal frame, the welding effect of 50 yuan is not worth looking forward to, because the high temperature will burn the welding point and the surrounding color. The electroplating will be...

In the previous article, we discussed “How to protect rimless glasses?”. In this article, let’s talk about “What can I do if rimless glasses are broken?”.

What can I do if the rimless glasses frame is broken?

It depends on the material of the frames. If it is a metal frame, the welding effect of 50 yuan is not worth looking forward to, because the high temperature will burn the welding point and the surrounding color. The electroplating will be destroyed, and it is difficult to accept the appearance. If the metal material is alloyed copper, it will quickly corrode and produce patina. If your frame is broken in a temple, you can fix it yourself with 502 glue or duct tape, but the look will definitely be affected. Or you can go to the optician shop to change the temple. But if all the temples are broken, it's impossible to repair.

Can you repair rimless glasses by yourself?

Splice the broken temple of the glasses into its original position on the glasses. Cut a piece of tape about 10cm long and pass it through the gap between the temple of the glasses and the base of the spring. Place the tape on the inside side of the glasses and tighten the other side with your hands. Then apply the outer tape to the temple of the glasses and press it down with your hand. Cut a piece of tape about twice the circumference of the bottom of the temple of the eyeglasses and stick it around the bottom of the temple of the eyeglasses. Cut a piece of tape about twice the circumference of the upper-middle part of the temple and use it to stick the top of the tape used in the first step. Then a piece of tape roughly twice the circumference of the middle leg of the glasses was used to tape the area between the two steps. Then repeat the previous step, and introduce another layer of tape from the gap on the outside of the adhesive tape. First, cut off a piece of tape as long as the temple of the glasses and stick the end of it to the bottom of the temple at an angle of about 60 degrees. Then tighten the other end with your hand, making it stick upward in a spiral until it covers all the tape in front.(https://www.koalaeye.com/collections/rimless-glasses)

How to repair rimless glasses?

First, insert the wire into a small hole in the glasses near the bridge. Pass it in and out near the bridge, then repeat the process on the other side near the temple. Once you have the thread locked, you can place the lens. Insert it into the frame and place the wire in the built-in groove. Tighten the wire so it holds the lens perfectly, then trim it to the left. Reinsert the lens into the rimless glasses. Do not try to force it back in. The best way is to cut the wires completely and replace them with new ones. Use the same process as replacing wires. To prevent glasses from popping out, tighten the wires regularly.

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