Keep Your Glasses Clean and Safe
How to clean the glasses
Cleaning your eyeglasses is a daily ritual. Correct cleaning steps can help you see clearly all day long.
1.Wash your hands
Wash your hands with a little dish-washing liquid or mild soap before you clean your eyeglasses.
2.Rinse your glasses
Run your glasses under a gentle stream of tap water that's approximately room temperature or a little warmer.
Apply only a few drops of gentle, lotion-free cleaning solution to avoid leaving any soap residue. Rub your glasses for a minute then.
For metal frames: Pay extra attention to the arms of the nose pads and the pads themselves.
For plastic frames: Clean the portion of the bridge in contact with your nose to remove built-up oil and sweat.
After that, rinse the glasses off thoroughly under the faucet.
3.Dry your glasses and clean the lenses
Use a dryer cotton towel to remove the majority of the water from the lenses and frame by patting dry. The dryer cotton towel should not come into contact with fabric softener or dryer sheets, or the debris can scratch your lenses.
After patting dry, clean the lenses with our microfiber cloth. Make sure the lenses aren't dry when you're cleaning them to prevent dirt or debris from being dragged across the surface.
How to keep your glasses clean
• Wrap around your glasses with our microfiber cloth and place them upward in the glasses case when you're not wearing them.
• Always clean your glasses when they are wet, cleaning a dry lens just increases the chances of the cloth simply dragging debris and smearing oil across the lens instead of picking it up.
• Do not use anything containing alcohol. Not only can it damage the lenses themselves, but could also risk weakening some types of frames.
• If you use bottled eyeglass cleaner, make sure that it's labeled 'safe for coated lenses'.
• Wash your lens cloth once a week, and it will remove the dirt and deposits that have been built upon it.
• Keep your glasses away from sunscreen, saltwater, and other chemicals that can damage the frame and the lenses over time.
• When nose pads go yellow, it's time to replace them.
• Using an ultrasonic cleaning device can be an option for an in-depth cleansing of your glasses. You can find them in several optical stores.
How to keep your glasses safe
• Wrap around your glasses with our microfiber cloth and place them upward in the glasses case.
• Do not put your glasses on your head in case they fall down to break.
• Use a hard case that's the right size for your glasses. If possible, place your glasses, in this case, every time you take them off.
• Get a backup case so you have one on hand if your primary case breaks or if you forget your primary case.
• Do not leave your glasses in a hot area, especially on the dash of a car parked in the sun. The heat can warp the frame and damage the coatings.
• Do not put your glasses into a bag of any kind without first placing them in a hard case, or it can easily scratch your lenses.
• When you take your glasses off, do not simply push them up on top of your head. The top of the head is generally wider than the face and setting your glasses there can widen the frames.
• When you remove and put on your glasses, use both hands, one on either temple arm. This motion encourages correct alignment and minimizes changes to the fit of your frames over time.