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Clean Your Sunglasses

Posted on Dec 30, 2011 by in Cleaning Advice | 0 comments

Sunglasses are usually dark glasses which protect your eyes from the detrimental UV rays and also let you see everything around when the sun shines brightly. Nowadays there are so many people wear sunglasses when they are outdoors, no matter if they are walking, jogging, driving, bicycling, lounging at the beach or skiing in the mountains. In this article you can read more about protecting and cleaning the “shades”.

First of all, you need to know how to take care of the glasses properly. You have to protect them mostly from scratches on the lenses or the frames. The leading cleaners in London recommend highly buying a hard case which has soft inside surfaces where to store the glasses while you don’t wear them. You had better purchase a special cleaning cloth which is designed for sunglasses.

Before doing anything to clean the glasses, you have to learn how to store them. Don’t leave them on a table or a shelf because they will gather lots of dust. You should also never leave them in a bag without putting them first in a case. Other they might get scratched or covered in debris or oils.

When you pass to the cleaning itself, you need to have distilled water, mild non-abrasive detergent and a clean lint-free towel or tissue. Wipe the glasses while they are completely dry, if they are wet, the cleaning might cause scratches or other damage.

If you want to be sure that your glass are protected, you can buy a special cleaning kit. It is usually comprised of a small bottle of cleaning solution, a soft cotton cloth and a carrying case.

Professional cleaning London companies advise you to be always very careful with your sunglasses. You have to keep them permanently clean because this will protect not only the glasses but also your eyes and health in general.

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