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Your new Glasses: What to do after you get them?
You've just gotten a new pair of glasses! Congrats! There are many things you can do with them now, but one of the most important is learning how to take care of them. In this article, we'll explain how to keep your glasses in tip-top shape so they last for years to come.
Learn how to clean your glasses properly.
- Clean your glasses with our cleaning cloth.
- Use our cleaning cloth to wipe away smudges and dirt. Be sure not to use paper towels or tissues, as these can scratch the lenses on your new glasses.
- Don't use household cleaners or window sprays to clean your new eyewear; they are harsh chemicals that could damage the coatings on both sides of the lens and even cause harm if they get in your eyes.
- Too dirty? No worries, just put them under warm water and wipe them with our cleaning cloth.
Don't wear your glasses when...
- Don't wear your glasses when you sleep, swim, or shower.
- Don't leave your glasses in the car on warm days (this is a big no-no).
If you don't already have a spare pair of glasses, it's a good idea to get one. You never know when your primary pair will be lost or damaged, so being prepared can save you from being without your favorite specs for too long.
Make sure you take advantage of our latest offer before it ends . Also, don’t forget to add a nice case to protect your glasses.
Learn how to care for your new glasses to make them last longer.
Here are some tips:
- As seen before, never wear your glasses when sleeping, swimming or showering.
- Clean your glasses regularly using our cleaning cloth and warm water only (never use household cleaners).
Hopefully, we’ve helped you make the most of your new glasses and avoid any pitfalls along the way. Remember to always keep your glasses clean, don't wear them while sleeping or showering, and get a spare pair just in case. If there's any one piece of advice, we could give you before buying new glasses, it would be this: do your research! Find out what style works best for you and take a look at our Blog with very good tips for you. We hope that by following these tips, you'll have an easier time getting used to wearing eyeglasses for the rest of your life—and maybe even save some money along the way!