MakaylaIf the screws keep loosing , it is better to replace them. Use a sheet of paper to cover under your work area ,and it can make you find the dropped screws easily . Remove the old screw with a thin-blade and insert a new one in the same size .Then tighten the screw until the frame is secure,but don't over tighten in case you could strip the screw .It is much better if you have an eyeglass repair kit which contains a tiny screwdriver designed to fit eyeglass screws, several screws in different sizes, a small magnifier and other replacement parts.06/08/2012
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