Here's a guide to help you take care of your eyewear and keep them in optimal condition:​​


  • Use a microfiber cloth: Clean your lenses regularly with a microfiber cloth specifically designed for eyewear. Avoid using paper towels or rough fabrics, as they canscratch the lenses.
  • Water and mild soap: For more thorough cleaning, rinse your glasses under lukewarm water and apply a small drop of mild dish soap to each lens. Gently rub the lenses with your fingers, paying attention to the edges and corners. Rinse again with water and dry with a clean, lint-free cloth.
  • Avoid harsh chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals, such as ammonia or bleach, as they can damage lens coatings.


  • Use a protective case: When not in use, always store your eyewear in a sturdy protective case. This will help prevent scratches, accidental damage, and dustaccumulation.
  • Avoid extreme temperatures: Avoid leaving your eyewear in areas of extreme heat or cold, such as a hot car or a freezing environment, as it can affect the frame'sintegrity and lens performance.


  • Use both hands: Handle your glasses with both hands to maintain stability and avoid putting excessive pressure on one side of the frame.
  • Avoid resting them on your head: Avoid placing your glasses on top of your head, as it can stretch the frame or cause them to fall and get damaged.
  • Avoid contact with chemicals: Avoid exposing your glasses to chemicals, including hairspray, perfume, or household cleaning products, as they can damage the lens coatings or frame finish.


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