If your eyeglasses are covered with dirt or dust, you certainly feel uncomfortable. Correct? Besides, these impurities also impact eyeglasses' glare protection ability. So, quite often, we wipe them with a paper towel, a handkerchief, or even the shirt fabric. And, in the course of time, this has become our second nature.
That said, it’s high time we mend our ways. Glasses are as important as your laptop, car, or maybe your bank account. Without them, your daily activities would come to a halt.
Keeping glasses clean by adhering to proper ways is part of basic hygiene. However, wiping them with your shirt or handkerchief poses various risks. First, these are made of cotton, which is made of multiple fibres, that can damage the layers in the lenses. Second, as you constantly touch them, your body dirt and sweat may contaminate them with germs. And these glasses with germs are in touch with your sensitive organs like ears, eyes, and nose.
Did you know contact lenses contaminated with microbes could potentially harm and lead to adverse events?
In this blog, we delve into how to make eyeglasses cleaner, maintaining lenses and frames, the materials you must avoid to protect them, and more.