How often has your favorite pair of Michael Kors sunglasses screws, leaving you with a worthless pair to be tossed out? Usually this happens when it is your favorite pair, or when you’re heading out the door and are helpless to address the problem. Oftentimes you are left with having to suffer through intense sunlight, with no way to block the annoying glare until such a time comes that you are able to replace them. However, if you are somewhat prepared, and careful to note the current condition of your eyewear you might be able to avoid the hassle of searching out a replacement pair.
Many things can happen to sunglasses, lets face it; sunglasses are much like a set of car keys. After arriving at home after a full day of errands many people will simply toss their shades along with their car keys on the first end table, or dinning room table that they encounter. Sunglasses oftentimes get accidentally sat on, or scratched; there are literally a million other things that can happen to them just through day-to-day usage.
There are a few things that can be done to repair your sunglasses depending on the damage that has been inflicted upon them. Often time’s sunglasses develop a loose screw where the frame arm is attached to the end pieces, which is actually a quick fix if you have the appropriate tools. Obtaining a repair kit for sunglasses is a great idea if you’re hoping to enjoy your sunglasses for any length of time. Within these convenient kits you will find screwdrivers that work with those tiny screws. Assuming you have the chance to tighten the screw before it works completely out, you can simply tighten it. If you actually lose the screw, the kit will have replacement screws. Also, included in a typical repair kit you will find replacement nose pads, assorted screws and bolts and of course the very handy screwdriver.