Bounce. To clean a pair of eyeglasses, wipe the lenses with a clean,
used sheet of Bounce. The mildly abrasive dryer sheets clean the lenses
Coca-Cola. To clean grime from a pair of eyeglasses, pour Coca-Cola
over the eyeglasses and rinse clean with water. The phosphoric acid cleans
the grunge from the eyewear.
Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste. Polish the lenses of eyeglasses
with a dab of Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste. Colgate Toothpaste—a mild
abrasive strong enough to clean teeth without harming the enamel—gently
cleans glasses and removes scuff marks from the lenses.
Heinz White Vinegar. Use a drop of Heinz White Vinegar to clean glass
lenses on eyeglasses. (Do not use vinegar on plastic lenses because the
acetic acid may etch into them.)
Huggies Baby Wipes. To clean eyeglasses with plastic lenses, wipe
clean with a Huggies Baby Wipe.
Lysol Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner. To clean stubborn grease and
grime from a pair of eyeglasses, spray the eyewear with Lysol Disinfectant
Bathroom Cleaner, wait five minutes, then rinse thoroughly with water.
Coffee Filters. Mr. Coffee Filters, made from 100 percent virgin
paper, do an excellent job cleaning eyeglass lenses with out leaving behind
Pledge. To clean eyeglasses, spray Pledge on a soft, clean cloth and
wipe clean. The Pledge also prevents the glasses from fogging up.
Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer. Put a dab of Purell Instant Hand
Sanitizer on a tissue and polish the lenses of your eye glasses,
simultaneously cleaning them and sanitizing them.
Smirnoff Vodka. To clean a pair of eyeglasses, put a drop of Smirnoff
Vodka on each lens and wipe clean with a soft cloth.
Stayfree Maxi Pads. In a pinch, you can wipe the lenses of a pair of
eyeglasses clean with an unused Stayfree Maxi Pad.
Tampax Tampons. To clean grime from the lenses of a pair of
eyeglasses, rub the glass with an unused Tampax Tampon. The cotton absorbs
the grease, without leaving behind any lint.