Keep the temperature in check
Extreme temperatures and drastic temperature changes can cause damage to your glasses during the winter months. To avoid this, make sure not to leave your eyeglasses in the car overnight, or in other areas where they may be exposed to extreme cold or temperature changes.
Store your glasses properly
Proper storage is essential to keep your glasses safe during the winter. Low temperatures can cause acetate frames to become more rigid, making them more likely to break if dropped. To avoid this, store your glasses in their case or collector’s box when not in use. Carrying a backup case with you is also a good idea.
Low temperatures cause acetate frames to become more rigid, and thus more likely to break if you drop them on the ground. If your frames are put away safely in their case or collector’s box, the chances of that happening become much lower!
Need help with that? Take a look at our selection of storage options, and always carry a backup case with you!
Clear lenses for ultimate comfort
Keeping your lenses clean and fog-free is essential to the quality of your vision during winter weather. Snow, ice, and condensation can all cause issues with foggy glasses. To prevent this, clean your lenses regularly with anti-fog wipes or sprays. When wearing your glasses, try to keep them away from your body heat, which can cause them to fog up. If your glasses do fog up, remove them and clean them before wearing them again. Some people also suggest using a small amount of shaving cream on the lenses before cleaning them, as it can help to prevent fogging.
To avoid moisture buildup and fog on your lenses, give our lens cleaner, lens cloths and anti-fog kit a try! And head this way for even more condensation tips >
Go ahead, you’re all set to go out and enjoy your favourite winter activities!