• Do clean the lenses and frame regularly with lukewarm water and a drop of mild liquid soap.
  • Do dry the lenses with a soft, clean microfiber lens cloth, often provided by your optometrist.
  • Do keep your spectacles away from household detergents and beauty products such as hairspray and perfume. These can damage lenses and coatings.
  • Do use both hands when you put on and take off your spectacles.
  • Do keep your spectacles in a hard case, often provided by your optometrist.
  • Do consider adding anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coatings, which guarantee comfort, performance and durability.
  • Do hold your spectacles by the bridge, not the temples.

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