If wearing glasses you would easily identify with this article… Everyone who sees the world through prescription frames has dealt more than once with issues like these listed below…
The winter is coming (quoting the good old GOT)! During cold season temperature amplitude (indoors and outdoors) is quite an issue! The fogging of the lenses when getting home is truly unpleasant. If you enjoy cooking, fogging is possible when you open the oven as well. In order to avoid this, we suggest applying a little bit of a shaving cream on the lenses. Wait for some time and then remove it rubbing with soft fabric.
Buy more than one microfiber cloth. Make sure you wash them on a regular basis no matter of the number you possess. The right washing technique includes placing the cloths in a bowl filled with warm water plus using a mild detergent.
Everyone, wearing glasses for a longer period of time, knows that scratches are inevitable. Try reducing them by applying a thin layer of non-abrasive toothpaste. Then wash it with colder water.
DIY cleaning spray
You can spend a fortune on cleaning sprays and wet napkins. That’s why you should try doing yourself a much cheaper version. Get a little spray bottle from a travel kit. Fill it with 2 parts of rubbing alcohol, 1 part water and add a few drops of dish soap.
Cleaning your lenses with clothes – a shirt, a vest, whatever comes to your mind? Maybe you’re not aware but clothes are gathering dust which could damage the surface of your lenses.
N.B. Remember it’s always an option to buy another pair of prescription frames. Visit a local optic shop and take some advice on how to pick up a frame that will suit best your individual needs.