If you notice scratches or a film on your lenses, we recommend the following steps to address the issue:
Cleaning: Begin by gently cleaning your lenses using a microfiber cleaning cloth and lens cleaning solution. Avoid using abrasive materials or rough fabrics that could further damage the lenses.
Re-Examine: If the scratches or film persist after cleaning, closely inspect the lenses under good lighting. Sometimes, what may seem like scratches could actually be smudges or residue that can be easily cleaned. For further cleaning, you can also rinse your glasses under lukewarm tap water and use a small amount of mild dish soap. Afterward, dry them using a clean, lint-free microfiber cloth.
Preventive Measures: To prevent future scratches, always store your glasses in a protective case when not in use. Avoid placing them face down on surfaces, as this can expose the lenses to potential damage. Additionally, avoid leaving your glasses in hot cars, as high temperatures can affect the frame material and lenses.
It's important to note:
Coatings and lenses wear over time, so it is recommended to update your lenses yearly.
Remember, the durability and longevity of your glasses also depend on how well you care for them. Regular cleaning, proper storage, and gentle handling can help extend the life of your eyewear. If you have any concerns or need further assistance, feel free to reach out to our customer support team for guidance.
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