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Rayure lentille

Odin21_Fe
Level 2
Bonjour,
Je me suis aperçu après quelques
utilisation des taches trouble sur les lentilles. J'ai vu qu'il y avait
de plein de micro rayures sur les lentilles a cause de mes lunettes qui
touchait les lentilles.
Question : Comment traiter ces rayures sans empirer la situation (recommandé par Oculus) ? Existe t'il une protection recommandé par Oculus pour protéger les lentilles ?

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ezop73
Level 8
Hello
I noticed after some use of murky spots on the lenses. I saw that there were lots of micro scratches on the lenses because of my glasses touching the lenses.
Question: How to treat these scratches without making the situation worse (recommended by Oculus)? Is there a protection recommended by Oculus to protect lenses?


Oculus does not recommend any products for use on there lenses only cleaning with a soft microfiber cloth.

To reduce the scratch on your lense you can use a product called "PolyWatch Polish", it does work I've used it myself (make sure its the polish and NOT the plastic)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E3T237C/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Going forward I would highly recommend purchasing some prescription lens inserts if you wear glasses

https://vroptician.com/prescription-lens-inserts/oculus-quest/

or

https://widmovr.com/product/oculus-quest-prescription-lens-adapters/

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ezop73
Level 8
Hello
I noticed after some use of murky spots on the lenses. I saw that there were lots of micro scratches on the lenses because of my glasses touching the lenses.
Question: How to treat these scratches without making the situation worse (recommended by Oculus)? Is there a protection recommended by Oculus to protect lenses?


Oculus does not recommend any products for use on there lenses only cleaning with a soft microfiber cloth.

To reduce the scratch on your lense you can use a product called "PolyWatch Polish", it does work I've used it myself (make sure its the polish and NOT the plastic)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E3T237C/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Going forward I would highly recommend purchasing some prescription lens inserts if you wear glasses

https://vroptician.com/prescription-lens-inserts/oculus-quest/

or

https://widmovr.com/product/oculus-quest-prescription-lens-adapters/

Spuzzum
Level 9

ezop73 said:

Hello
I noticed after some use of murky spots on the lenses. I saw that there were lots of micro scratches on the lenses because of my glasses touching the lenses.
Question: How to treat these scratches without making the situation worse (recommended by Oculus)? Is there a protection recommended by Oculus to protect lenses?


Oculus does not recommend any products for use on there lenses only cleaning with a soft microfiber cloth.

To reduce the scratch on your lense you can use a product called "PolyWatch Polish", it does work I've used it myself (make sure its the polish and NOT the plastic)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E3T237C/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Going forward I would highly recommend purchasing some prescription lens inserts if you wear glasses

https://vroptician.com/prescription-lens-inserts/oculus-quest/

or

https://widmovr.com/product/oculus-quest-prescription-lens-adapters/




Actually, I think they're the same stuff. Some have used the 'plastic' just fine, and it was recommended in a video. So...I specifically ordered the plastic, but they sent me the polish.

ezop73
Level 8

Spuzzum said

Actually, I think they're the same stuff. Some have used the 'plastic' just fine, and it was recommended in a video. So...I specifically ordered the plastic, but they sent me the polish.



I think your right, just looked on pollywatch's website and they only do 2 products, 1 for glass and 1 for plastic.

The 1 for cleaning glass comes in 2 syringes, I wonder why they advertise it as plastic and polish if its the same product.

Odin21_Fe
Level 2
Je vais essayer le polywatch, je vous dirai si le résultat attendu est OK.
Les rayures ne sont pas trop prononcer. Ça devrait fonctionner ''j’espère''.

Merci pour les réponses.
Je vous tient au courant du résultat.

Spuzzum
Level 9

ezop73 said:


Spuzzum said

Actually, I think they're the same stuff. Some have used the 'plastic' just fine, and it was recommended in a video. So...I specifically ordered the plastic, but they sent me the polish.



I think your right, just looked on pollywatch's website and they only do 2 products, 1 for glass and 1 for plastic.

The 1 for cleaning glass comes in 2 syringes, I wonder why they advertise it as plastic and polish if its the same product.


I never even noticed that. I just figured...plastic lenses, plastic goop.