One Rift user posted his amazing results on Reddit - this was before applying PolyWatch
- and this was after:
Seems like magic - note that I have not tried it. And this is not a commercial for PolyWatch, but the tube should look like this:
"t was so simple. I just took a clean cloth to the lenses first (lightly) to remove any dust. I got Q-tips and cotton pads, and applied the PolyWatch directly to the lens. Then, I just rubbed in small circles for about 2 minutes with the cotton pads, using the q-tips to get the edges. I let the polish dry up a bit and then just used a lens cloth to clear the polish."Again, note that I have not tried the procedure and everything is at your own risk! But do share your results in this thread if you try the procedure, thanks.
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