About Scratch 911
Scratch 911 claims to be a liquid solution that repairs the easily-damaged surfaces of reading glasses, sunglasses, tablets, or even CDs (remember them?) With just a wipe of Scratch 911, they say it also prevents lens fogging.
Scratch 911 is marketed by Telebrands, creators of the “As Seen on TV” logo, and sellers of hundreds of different gadgets and gizmos. Telebrands is BBB Accredited and currently has an A- rating.
How Scratch 911 Works
Scratch 911 comes in a small rectangular bottle about the size of a lipstick. Remove the cap on the flat square end and glide over prescription lenses, sunglasses, CDs, iPhones, iPads, or anything with a glasslike surface. Scratch 911 claims the damage will be repaired.
Scratch 911 comes with:
- Scratch 911 bottle
- Buffing cloth
- Additional Scratch 911 bottle (additional S & H)
Scratch 911 Pricing, Shipping, and Returns
Scratch 911 can be purchased for $10.00 plus $6.99 S & H, for a total of $16.99; if you would like an additional “free” bottle, just include another $6.99 for a total of $23.98.
Telebrands says it may take up to 6 weeks for shipment. One you receive Scratch 911, you have 30 days to return it for a refund - but only if unused and minus S & H.
Telebrands says they may “use, sell, disclose, or otherwise dispose of Personal Information” in a variety of different ways. You may opt-out of individual promotions as they are received.
Bottom Line: Does Scratch 911 Work?
The results are not yet in. First of all, you can never “remove” a scratch, but rather cover it and make less visible. Some common household remedies include using ordinary toothpaste or furniture polish and a soft cloth. However, these tricks can only be done on non-coated surfaces – Scratch 911 claims to work with UV-coated sunglasses and also stop them from fogging. What’s the secret ingredient? They won’t say. But if you’ve spent hundreds of dollars on fancy eyewear, spending the money on Scratch 911 might be a cheaper option than replacement.
1 out 1 people found this review helpful
Scratch 911 Must be a scam
Placed an order eight weeks ago, called three times. Ended up in India and was told due to overwhelming demand for the product it will be delayed. Really? Must me a ploy to get credit card info.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend