Eyeglasses Screw Fell Out – How To Repair Your Glasses




The screw in my glasses fell out! What screw will fit? The arm on my glasses fell off completely. The tiny screw has fallen out. I am not sure if the glasses have a spring hinge or not, but the holes do not line up very well. I can put a tiny wire through the hole to reattach the arm of my glasses. When I use this small piece of wire, it makes my glasses loose so they are not properly aligned on my face. Is there somewhere I can go to get a screw that will fit in my eyeglasses that will fit? I have a pair of sunglasses that are the same way. Please help.

Eyeglasses Screw Fell Out - How To Repair Your GlassesEyeglasses Screw Fell Out – How To Repair Your Glasses

First try and find the small screw that fell out of your glasses. It might sound impossible but check your purse or your eyeglasses holder case for the screw that fell out. If you find it, simply screw it back in with a small screwdriver designed for eyeglasses repair. If you cannot find the missing screw, you can take the other screw out of your glasses and match it to find that exact size to fix your glasses. We recommend to buy an eyeglasses repair kit, see below…

If you need help with finding the exact dimensions of your eyeglasses for further repairs or replacement parts, see our page here concerning How to find the dimensions of your eyeglasses.







eye glasses repair kitEyeglasses repair kit

The easiest way to fix your glasses is to get a universal eyeglass repair kit. The kit contains the screws and the tiny screwdrivers you need to repair your glasses, eyeglasses, or sunglasses. The kit will have many different types of screws by length and color. These kits can be used on the hinge or nose piece of your glasses or sunglasses. You can find an eyeglasses repair kit at any dollar store, Wal-Mart, Target, etc. The repair kit will be located near the checkout counters or where they sell the reading glasses.

screw in eyeglassesScrew in eyeglasses is loose or missing – Tighten or replace

If you do not have access to purchasing the eyeglass repair kit at the store, you can get a highly rated repair kit online. It is called the Sanheshun Eyeglass Sun Glasses Optical Repair Tool Assortment Kit Screw Nut Nose Pad Set. It is currently $8.88 US dollars and has one day free shipping.

eye glasses repair kitEye glasses repair kit with all screw types

This glasses repair kit includes:
1 x 2 In 1 Screwdriver (Flat Blade Screw Driver, Phillips Screw Driver)
1 x Pair Of Silicone Ear Pad
5 x Pair Of Silicone (screw on) Nose Pad
5 x Pair Of Silicone (push on) Nose Pad
20 x M1 Stainless Steel Screw For Nose Pad
20 x M1.2 Stainless Steel Screw
20 x M1.4 Stainless Steel Screw
20 x M1.2 Stainless Steel Nut
20 x M1.4 Stainless Steel Nut
20 x Plastic Washer
20 x Plastic Shoulder Washer
20 x Silicone Acorn Cap Nut
1 x Storage Case







glasses fix kitGlasses fix kit with included screwdriver – For Eyeglasses and Sunglasses

With all of these different screws, ear pads, nose pads, and the correct screwdriver, (Phillips and flat head), you will be able to repair your eyeglasses or sunglasses without going to an expensive eye glasses store. Keep the kit on hand for future repairs.

Below you will find a parts diagram for both eyeglasses and sunglasses in case you need to identify the broken or missing part on your glasses.

eye glasses parts diagramEyeglasses parts diagram – Part identification

sun glasses parts diagramSunglasses parts diagram – Part identification







There are many different issues that can arise with your glasses breaking, having missing pieces, or needing small parts replaced. Check the video below for how to repair your eyeglasses the fast easy way or the professional way.


How to Repair Your Eyeglasses

Do you have questions concerning your broken, loose, or missing pieces on your eyeglasses or your sunglasses? Please leave a comment below and we can assist you with directing you to find the right parts needed or how to fix them in the easiest way possible.


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