How to get your eyes to work without a screen

Glasses have changed the way we see, but they’re still pretty fragile.

Luckily, we can make them work without screens by taking them apart, and there are some really useful and simple DIY steps you can take right now to make your own.1.

Buy a new pair of glassesThis can be tricky to do, because new glasses often need a bit of tinkering to make them function correctly.

But if you have some old glass, or even a few glasses from a previous purchase, it can be a quick, cheap and straightforward way to get a new set of glasses that fit.

Just follow these steps:1.

Clean and polish the edges of your new pairOf course, you should also make sure you have the correct size glasses for the screen size you’re using, otherwise you’ll end up with a pair that’s too small.

Here’s a good tip for cleaning glasses: take your glasses off and hold them up against a wall, and gently shake them to loosen any glue or debris.

If your glasses have a small gap between them and the wall, you might need to make an opening for the lenses to fit in.2.

Cut your new glassesTo do this, lay your glasses on a flat surface and use a sharp knife to cut away the excess material.

If you’re making your own glasses, it’s important to take them off and place them on a clean, dry surface, rather than letting them sit for hours or days, because they’ll crack.3.

Cut the screenAs mentioned above, the lenses are made from glass that has been bent and warped over the years, and so the only way to really repair them is to break them down into individual pieces and use glue to seal them together.

Here are some simple methods to do this:If you have glass that’s already been bent, you can just use a razor blade to slice it off with a screwdriver or a pair of pliers.

Alternatively, you could cut it off and use scissors to cut it to size.4.

Reassemble the glassesThe most important thing to remember is to reassemble your glasses after each use.

Take a small piece of glass that is already bent and smooth the edges together with a sharp kitchen knife, then use a screw driver or pliers to secure it to the other side of the frame.

Repeat this process for each frame you want to use, and then put the glasses back together.5.

Make your own lens-shaping glueUsing glue is not as simple as it sounds, but if you follow these simple instructions, you’ll be ready to go in no time at all.

This is a great way to make a replacement screen for your glasses, and to avoid using expensive and time-consuming glue.

Here are a few of the many ways you can use the glue:1, Make your lens-shaped glueIf you’re already using glass that doesn’t have a hole in it, you’re ready to use the standard glass glue.

Make sure to buy a mix that has a slightly different texture than the rest of the glass.

This way, you won’t get glue from any of the different shades of glass.2, Add a different shade of glueIf your glass is made from a mix of several different shades, you will need to use different types of glue to make the glue adhere.

Here is a list of what you can buy:Glue and glue mix: 1oz.

black glue mix 1oz glass glue mix1oz.

white glue mix2oz.

yellow glue mix3oz.

green glue mix4oz.

blue glue mixGlue mix: 3oz.

acrylic glue mix 5oz.

water soluble glue mixA good way to keep things simple is to mix your own glue mix in with the water soluble mix.

It’s usually the cheapest way to do it, and it can even be a lot cheaper than the mix you use in the glue shop.