If you wear prescription eyeglasses, it’s important to take the time to clean them regularly. They can get dirty quickly and without regular cleaning, this dirt can scratch your lenses or even cause an eye infection. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can safely clean your glasses at home without spending too much money on products! In this blog post, we will discuss different methods for cleaning your eyeglasses so that you have a few options to choose from.
Clean your glasses with a soft, lint-free cloth.
These clothes are best because they will not scratch your lenses. The key is to use a light touch when cleaning the glasses and only clean in straight lines, never circular motions. If you have stubborn stains or smudges, make sure that you do not rub too hard on them.
Use an eyeglass cleaner spray to remove the dirt and grime.
You can pick up this type of cleaner at your local drug store. Make sure to read the instructions on your cleaning product before you use it, as each one has different directions for its usage. Also make sure not to spray too much onto the lenses because that could cause them to streak or smear even more than they were originally!
Use dish soap and warm water to remove dirt from your glasses.
This method is very easy, but you must be careful not to scratch the lenses when cleaning with this mixture. You can use a cotton ball or soft cloth dipped in soapy water for light scrubbing on any stubborn stains that are left behind after using either of the other methods.
Store them in their case when not using them!
This is the best way to protect your glasses from getting scratched or dirty. When you are not wearing them, store them in their case so that they can stay clean and free of smudges!
What’s the worst way to clean eyeglasses??
The worst way to clean eyeglasses is by using a paper towel or napkin. These items can scratch your lenses, especially when you are cleaning them in circular motions. Make sure that the cloth you use for your glasses does not have lint on it and goes along with any other directions given about how to properly clean them!