Anti-reflective coatings are worthwhile investments for athletes, drivers, and computer users alike. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), this type of lens can improve eyesight by increasing the amount of light that is taken in. Moreover, anti-glare coatings provide a clean view of your eyes besides decreasing reflections. Anti-glare eyeglasses, like any other style of eyewear, can smear. As a result, you’ll need to clean your eyeglasses daily to ensure that they last as long as possible.
For cleaning the lens, follow the following steps:
- Prepare your materials and wash your hands. A warm sink, Dawn dish soap or an eyeglass cleaning solution, and a microfiber cloth should all be included.
- Apply a pea-sized amount of lens cleaning and gently rub it in. Remember to massage the soap into the frames as well.
- Under lukewarm water, remove the soap from the lenses and frames.
- Dry your glasses with your microfiber cloth.
Anti-glare coatings can reduce glare from light-reflecting objects, allowing you to see more clearly throughout the day and night, especially while driving. Therefore, it’s critical to wash your glasses regularly to keep the coating in good shape. You can extend the life of your eyeglasses by caring for them, resulting in greater vision than you’ve had in years.