The Best Cleaning Spectacles Guide

The Best Cleaning Spectacles Guide

Your eyeglasses are designed to help you see better especially when your vision is impaired. When it starts to become dirty, cloudy, or greasy, you will need to clean it first before you can use it again. But most of us get it wrong when cleaning spectacles.

Giving it a quick rub with your shirt isn’t really sufficient to remove the dirt and dust there. A better option would be to wipe the lens with a microfiber cloth, like The Crown Choice microfiber cloth. 

An Easy Guide to Cleaning Spectacles

Eyeglasses will require thorough cleaning from time to time as dirt and grime can easily build-up on the joints and on the crevices between the lenses and the frame.

That said, here are the steps to give your spectacles a good cleaning

Step 1: Wash your hands thoroughly to remove any dirt or greasy residue that can transfer to your lens.
Step 2: Rinse your eyewear under a gentle stream of running lukewarm water. 

Warning: Do not use hot water when cleaning your eyeglass as the heat can damage the coating of your lens. 

Step 3: Put a drop of dishwashing liquid on each lens. Make sure that the soap doesn’t have any lotion in its list of ingredients.
Step 4: Rub the lenses with the soap as well as the entire frame of your eyeglass while paying special attention to the nose pads, as well as the handles that are positioned behind your ears.
Step 5: Give the edge of the lenses where they meet the frame a good rubbing too because dirt, dust, and oils can accumulate.
Step 6: Rinse your eyeglass thoroughly.
Step 7. Shake your glasses gently to help remove any water that may get trapped in the edges.
Step 8: Use a lint-free cloth, like The Crown Choice microfiber cloth, to wipe your eyeglass dry. 

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Do’s and Don’ts of Cleaning Your Eyewear

There are a few do’s and don’ts that you need to keep in mind when it comes to cleaning spectacles to ensure that the lenses remain scratch-free. Most of us don’t really pay much attention to how to clean eyeglasses properly that the lenses end up having these minute scratches. That said, here are a few do’s and don’ts that you need to consider when it comes to the upkeep of your eyeglass. 

Do’s

  • Always wash your hands before you start cleaning your glasses to avoid transferring dirt and grease to your spectacles. 
  • A gentle liquid soap can be used when cleaning your spectacles as they will not affect the lens coating. 
  • Rinse your eyeglasses with lukewarm water only. 

Don’ts

  • Don’t use your shirt when cleaning your glasses as minute particles on the fabric can easily scratch the lenses.
  • Don’t use windows or glass cleaners on lenses since most of the time, they are made of plastic because of their being lightweight. 

Give Your Glasses a Quick Clean with the Crown Choice Microfiber Cloth 

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Now that you have a better idea of the steps for cleaning spectacles, it is always a good idea to have a microfiber cloth on hand for giving your glasses a quick clean.

Aside from the cloth that is included with your glasses, try The Crown Choice microfiber cloth as well. It’s soft and lint-free and will not damage your lenses when you rub them clean. 

 

 

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