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How to Clean Sunglasses
Jul 7, 2017
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How to Clean Sunglasses
Sunglasses are undoubtedly the most sought after summer accessory. They add a dose of “cool” to any outfit and protect eyes from damaging ultraviolet (UV) exposure. Shopping for a new pair of shades? These tips will help you chose a protective pair of sunglasses and provide our top tips to clean sunglasses so they outlast the season!
How to Clean Sunglasses & Choose the Perfect Pair
Look for 100% UV protection
According to the
American Academy of Ophthalmology
sunglasses are the greatest defense in protecting eyes from sun damage such as cataracts and retina deterioration. The right pair can even prevent skin damage and wrinkles around the eye area. When choosing the perfect pair of sunglasses, always look for lenses with 100% UV protection.
Any Color Goes
Color and darkness of lenses does not effect the level of UV protection. From rose colored glasses to inky Hollywood shades have fun with different shapes and styles. Not sure which frames will work best with your features? These tips will help you determine the most flattering
sunglasses for your face
Add Function to Fashion
Polarized lenses cut glare and may be an ideal feature if you spend time near water, playing sports, or driving. Polarization can cut the glare cast from oncoming vehicles, or reflections on water or pavement improving vision and reducing eye strain.
Care for Your Pair
Whether your sunnies are a steal or an investment a few simple tips will ensure they last the season. Store sunglasses in a sturdy case to avoid wear and tear. Never rest glasses lens-down to prevent scratches. A small screw driver or eye glass kit can be handy for tightening screws that often become loose at the arms and nose piece.
Sunglasses are exposed to a lot of daily grime from sunscreen to make up and sweat. To clean sunglasses, it’s best to use a solution specifically formulated for lenses such as Invisible Glass Lens Wipes. The pre-treated wipes lift and remove oil and dirt without damaging lenses or delicate coatings. The Clear Dry formula is free from soaps, scents, dyes, and other additives that leave residues and streaks on glass. Clean sunglasses will ensure your shades last longer and that you see clearer!
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