If you’re one of the countless people who see the world through a pair of eyeglasses, you know the struggle of dealing with anything that gets in the way of perfect vision. In fact, you probably keep a lens cleaner spray handy to combat smudges and grime. Unless you learn how to clean your eyeglasses the right way, you won’t be able to see clearly all day long. While products from Nano Magic are going to be your best choice, you might find yourself in a pinch and need to find another option. If that’s the case, here’s what you can do.
4 Steps to Clean Your Eyeglasses
Wash your hands thoroughly
Dirt and microorganisms that come in contact with your eyeglasses can potentially cause lens damage and eye infections. To avoid cross-contamination, be sure to wash your hands thoroughly before you start your cleaning ritual. Use cool or lukewarm tap water and antimicrobial soap for handwashing.
Rinse your glasses
To get rid of surface debris and superficial dirt, grab your glasses and rinse them under a gentle stream of lukewarm tap water. Using hot water to give them a little rinse will warp the lenses and damage their coating.
Lather your lenses with a small amount of dishwashing liquid
Use your fingers to dab a few drops of dishwashing liquid and gently rub both sides of your lenses to lather. If your glasses have metal frames with nose pads, be sure to clean the arms of the nose pads and the pads themselves.
Glasses that come with plastic frames without nose pads tend to collect sweat and oil on the nasal edge of the lenses. For this reason, be sure to clean the area of the bridge that comes in contact with your nose.
Rinse and dry your glasses
Use lukewarm tap water to rinse the soap off your specs. Remove excess water by shaking your glasses gently. Use a microfiber towel to dry them completely.
Use a Lens Cleaner Spray While You’re On-the-Go!
To keep your eyewear clean and your vision crystal clear while you’re out and about, use Nano Magic’s Lens Cleaning Spray. This formula is safe and effective on all lenses and coatings.