Take Care of Prescription Glasses
Prescription glasses should be replaced once every two years but for most people, they would prefer to have their glasses last as long as possible. If you take care of your glasses in the right manner, this is quite possible. You will not be required to replace your glasses very often if you maintain them well. Given below are some tips that you can follow to keep you glasses in good shape. What to Avoid * Avoid washing prescription eyeglasses using hot water because the protective layers on the lens can be damaged. Hot water can make the coating on the lenses peel off. * Do not use soap or brushes for cleaning your glasses. Even if your lenses are scratch resistant, they can be damaged by rubbing them vigorously or by using abrasive substances. * Avoid placing the glasses in you pockets, especially in the pants. You may be careful as much as possible but it is possible that you forget about them and sit. This can cause the glasses to break instantly. * Do not leave your glasses under direct sunlight. The lenses are usually made from plastic material today. Strong sunlight can easily warp them and damage the lenses. How to Clean Your Glasses Properly? * Wash the prescription glasses with cool water. The temperature of the water should be no more than room temperature. This would make sure that the protective coating on the lenses is clean but not damaged. You will be able to see clearly. * Use a soft, lint free cloth and mild soap for cleaning the glasses. All the dirt and grime on the lenses and frames would be cleaned with soap and the soft cloth that you use for drying will not leave any traces if it is lint free. There will also not be any scratching. * Keep your glasses in their case when not in use. You will keep them at a safe place and you will avoid misplacing them if you use the case. * Keep the glasses with you always. When you are going anywhere out, take your glasses with you. It may take some time to develop the habit but once you do it regularly, you will not forget them and will have them at all times whenever they are needed. Glasses Will Last Longer If Maintained Well If you follow the suggestions given above, it is possible to make sure that your glasses are
maintained well for long. You do require to get your eyes checked and the glasses updated at regular intervals. But as long as you follow these tips, your prescription glasses will last long. How You Can Take Care Of Your Prescription Glasses According to published news sources, about 50% of people have incorrect vision around world. It may be in forms of farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. It is true that vision is the primary sense of the body. Unfortunately, many people are born with imperfect vision but many others gradually becomes develop vision incorrect with growing age. If you are one of people with imperfect vision, you will need to get a good quality to improve the condition. You can choose anything from rimless, fully-rimmed, semi rimless, semi-rimmed prescription glasses and such others. How to take proper care of your glasses? It is important to ensure the proper handling of your prescription eye glasses with care to increase its usefulness and longevity. Importantly, a user needs to use both the hands while putting on and taking out his or her glasses. This will help in protecting the frame from any kind of unnecessary twisting. In addition, you can keep the arms of your glass at its own place. Also, keep checking about the frame and tight fittings of the screws of the prescription glasses. In case, the arms of your glass frame are twisted or misaligned, immediately approach an expert for its complete check-up. People who wear glass regularly can buy their own spectacle kit which can be used in emergency. You can yourself fit the missing screws when lenses fall off the glass at odd hours. However, getting checked by an expert optician is a recommended way to get better and finer results!
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* Keep the glasses with you always. When you are going anywhere out, take your glasses with you. It may take some time to develop the habit...