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You ordered glasses from Zinff, after carefully choosing the right frame style and size for your face. Now you recerive your glasses, and then you put them on and look in the mirror, unfortunately only to find they are crooked.
Actually, it’s OK. Sometimes new eyeglasses need to be adjusted. The difference is that in the past time, when you bought glasses at the local optical store, the optician adjusted them for you.
However, you can adjust it on your own, by following these straightforward directions.
Don’t worry. Your frame can stand a little bending. And when you’ve been wearing them for a while and they get out of shape again, just repeat the adjustments, and you’re good to go!      


THE PROBLEM:They are sitting too low on your nose

FOR WIRE FRAME GLASSES:
Use your thumbs to push the nose pads closer together until they fit snugly against either side of your nose.

FOR PLASTIC / ACETATE GLASSES:
Run a hair dryer for 30 seconds over the part of the frame you want to bend to soften it. Then bend inward at the bridge, the hinges, or the bend of the temple arm, to make the frame fit more snugly.

 

THE PROBLEM:They are pinching your nose

FOR WIRE FRAME GLASSES:

Use your thumbs to spread the nose pads out until they fit comfortably.

 

FOR PLASTIC / ACETATE GLASSES:
Run a hair dryer for 30 seconds over the part of the frame you want to bend to soften it. Then bend the nose pieces outwards slowly until they fit comfortably on the bridge.


THE PROBLEM: One lens is higher than the other
THE LEFT LENS IS HIGHER THAN THE RIGHT LENS:
If the left lens is higher than the right lens, bend the right temple arm down where it’s most adjustable: at the hinge or the bend at your ear.

THE RIGHT LENS IS HIGHER THAN THE LEFT LENS:
If the right lens is higher than the left lens, bend the left temple arm down where it’s most adjustable: at the hinge or the bend at your ear.

THE PROBLEM: One lens is closer to your eye than the other
IF YOUR LEFT LENS IS CLOSER IN:
Bend the left temple arm in and/or the right temple arm out at the hinge.


IF YOUR RIGHT LENS IS CLOSER IN:
Bend the right temple arm in and/or the left temple arm out at the hinge.


*While your glasses are strong, be careful not to apply excessive force.
 

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