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Something You May Not Have Thought Of

Have you been disinfecting everything in your sight? Countertops, floors, furniture, shoes, steering wheel, car doors, yourself. We have too. In fact, we spent 4 days straight cleaning every corner of our office. But, have you thought about your glasses? you put them right up against you face. You wear them every day (well most of us do anyway). They get set down in random places. Your dogs lick them, your kids touch them, stuff splashes on them. You should probably clean them. And more than just the lenses.

  1. Wash with mild dish or hand soap and water.
  2. Make sure to wash for at least 20 seconds.
  3. Air dry or use a clean microfiber or other soft cleaning cloth.

We don’t recommend using paper products (tissues, paper towels) to clean your lenses We also encourage you to stay away from harsh chemical when cleaning your frames and lenses. Some frames are hand painted and anything harsher than hand or dish soap can cause damage.

There ya go! Now your glasses are as clean as the rest of your surroundings! Stay safe, stay home, and keep cleaning!

 

–Tracy