Can you remove markings from progressive lenses?
Markaway is a leading product that removes permanent markers, dissolves inks, body oils, grease, glue and sticky labels. Markaway safely removes lens ink markings from all lens materials, including polycarbonate and high index, including polycarbonate and high index. Neither Acetone nor any other solvent that damages frames or lenses is contained in Markaway. Dissolves and removes progressive ink markings instantly, and because it does not contain acetone, it is safer to use than other lens ink removers that contain caustic acetone that can ruin polycarbonate lenses.
Free of acetone
The product is safe for use on polycarbonate lenses, high index lenses, including edges, as well as AR coated lenses.
This product does not contain any solvents that may damage frames or lenses.
In seconds, the lens marker paint and permanent marker markings can be removed.
Removes markings on progressive lenses that are difficult to remove.
The product dissolves inks, body oils, grease, glue, and sticky labels.
Enhances the efficiency and safety of laboratories
Reducing the need for lens remakes
Micro scratches are eliminated without scrubbing
The product dries instantly without leaving an oily residue
It is also possible to remove graffiti with Markaway!
Neither the eyeglass frame nor the lens will be damaged by Markaway’s solution.
What does the N and D mean in multifocal lenses?
A “D” lens is applied to the dominant eye, while an “N” lens is applied to the non-dominant eye.
What are the three levels of progressive lenses?
There are three prescription strengths in progressive lenses, or no-line bifocals, that are blended at each transition point in order to make it easy to switch between them. Unlike traditional bifocals or trifocals that have two or three strengths, respectively, that abruptly change in each lens, this lens does not have any lines.
Standard progressive lenses
In addition to being affordable and suitable for most people, standard progressive lenses will fit a vast range of budgets.
Depending on the brand name, the price of these lenses ranges between $175 and $250 for the base lenses, which is more expensive than the standard flat-top bifocal or trifocal lenses.
Short corridor progressive lenses
It is possible to use short corridor progressive lenses with smaller frames, providing both a fashionable and functional option for eyewear.
In view of their size, the fitting of these glasses requires the expertise of an optician.
A pair of progressive lenses is slightly more expensive than a standard progressive lens, ranging from $250 to $400.
Computer progressive lenses
The computer progressive lens is also referred to as an office lens or near variable focus lens. It is designed for short range use and provides clear vision between around 16 inches and 6 feet in height.
These lenses are perfect for those who spend more than four hours at their computers each day. They help reduce visual fatigue and computer vision syndrome.
The cost of computer progressive lenses generally ranges from $150 to $250. They are great for people who work at near and intermediate distances, as well as for allowing for better posture.