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    Redhot Jumper Tinting

    I have a pt who has a gradient tint on Trivex and she feels it is not dark enough. Would putting her in a 1.60 or 1.67 give her a darker tint?

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    Any product that requires backside hard coating will be limited by that coating. CR39 would be best for dark grads.

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    Blue Jumper ....................the perfect answer

    Quote Originally Posted by lensmanmd View Post

    Any product that requires backside hard coating will be limited by that coating. CR39 would be best for dark grads.

    ....................the perfect answer. I would have added the word *uncoated*.
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