Here's a link with a few suggestions - water, dish soap, alcohol, toothpaste. Good luck!
try WD40, it removes almost anything and no acetone. Do not use vinegar, or goo gone either as it will also remove the coating on your glasses.
The only other thing you can try is putting your glasses in the freezer and then using a plastic scraper, scrape off the superglue.
I found this article by Loctite, the mfr. It sounds reasonable and if it doesn't work I don't think it would do any damage.
Hello Kinlie, hope these help you out,
How to Remove Super Glue from Eye glasses (We Tried 4 Methods)
Hi Kinlie: Try this site:
I would tent toward the least invasive first and freeze the glasses.
Call the optician you got the glasses from! It may depend on what the glasses are made of and they’ll know best.
Refer this to your optician and see if there is a way to remove it safely.
Here are some possible solutions:
Sorry you got super glue on your glasses, hope this helps your. Dampen the glue stain with warm water, then gently rub toothpaste over the stain with a cloth. Acetone. Use a cloth moistened with pure acetone (or nail polish remover containing acetone). Only use this method if your glasses have glass lenses – not plastic – and you're sure that it won't damage the glasses.
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This may work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7gb0BQZmVA
Hi! Most prescription glasses have special coatings and are made from different materials. If the glue won't peel off, you may need professional help as the others mentioned. I know replacing them can be expensive, so it may save you some time and money if you ask for help. My lenses can be cleaned with alcohol, for example, but, I would be afraid to put any other chemical on them. Good luck!
Try these ideas:
91% isopropyl alcohol works to loosen super glue.
Can you peel it off when dry and hardened?