If you wear glasses, chances are, you know how dirty they can get. The lens is the part that gets most of the grime and dust, but there are other parts of your glasses that need to be cleaned regularly as well. If you want your eyeglasses to last longer and look good for years to come, follow these easy tips for keeping them clean:
Don’t use tissue.
- Don’t use tissue.
Tissue can leave behind lint, which will collect on your lenses and be transferred onto everything you touch. It’s also very easy to scratch your lenses with a sharp edge of the tissue, so avoid it altogether. Instead, use a soft cloth like microfiber or a lens cloth—these materials won’t damage or scratch your glasses if they’re used gently enough (and they’ll help keep them clean).
- Consider getting cleaning solutions that are safe for electronic devices like smartphones and tablets too!
Soak them in water.
You should always soak your eyeglasses in warm water to remove the majority of dirt and grime. To do this, use a small container that can hold the glasses while they’re submerged. Pour in enough water to cover them, then let them sit for 5-10 minutes so it can loosen the dirt and grime that’s on both the front and back sides of each lens.
Rinse with soap and warm water.
Once you’re done cleaning your lenses, rinse them with warm water and then use a soft cloth to dry the inside of the lenses. The soap will rinse off easier if you use warm water rather than cold or hot water.
Clean both sides of the lens.
One of the most important things to remember when cleaning your polycarbonate lenses is to clean both sides of the lens. Not only does it look better and feel cleaner, but you’re also reducing glare and helping protect your eyes.
To properly clean both sides, use a soft cloth like those made with microfiber or cotton. You may want to get some designated cleaning cloths for this purpose if yours has already been used for other purposes (such as wiping down your computer screen), because this will help prevent scratches on your lenses.
Let your eyeglasses dry on a towel.
Let your eyeglasses dry on a towel. Do not put them on your face until they are completely dry. Don’t use a paper towel; it will scratch the lenses. Instead, use a soft cloth or microfiber cloth.
Keep your glasses in their case when you’re not using them.
Keeping your glasses in their case when you’re not using them is a great way to keep your lenses clean and safe. Lens cases serve multiple functions: they protect the lenses from damage, keep the glasses clean and dry, prevent scratches and help prevent loss. (latestphonezone.com)
Follow these tips to keep your lenses clean.
- Do not use tissues, as they tend to scratch the lenses.
- Soak your glasses in water and then rinse them with soap and warm water.
- Clean both sides of your lenses thoroughly.
- Let your eyeglasses dry on a towel before putting them back in their case so that they don’t get dirty again!
Cleaning your glasses is easy, and it’s important to keep your lenses clean so you can see clearly. Follow these tips to make sure you look great every time you put on your glasses. We hope this piece helps you keep your glasses in perfect shape for the longest time possible. Comment below if you have any questions and we’ll get back to you with the details.