Your glasses may be foggy for a number of reasons and it is important that you know how to clean your glasses properly. It might be that your lenses are in need of a good clean after they’ve been smudged with greasy fingertips, or because you’ve breathed onto your lenses, which can cause further smears.
If your lenses tend to fog-up when you’re moving between hot and cold environments (or more recently while using a face mask), cleaning them with an anti-fog lens wipe or spray might be a good option to prevent them fogging up in the future. Find out more on how to stop your glasses from fogging up here.
Alternatively, if you’ve cleaned your lenses a few times, and they still appear foggy, it could be that they’ve become damaged and therefore need replacing. In this case, it’s best to take your glasses to your local optician so they can take a closer look. Try to see your optician as soon as possible, as foggy lenses can obstruct and obscure your vision
While smears, smudges and accidents are sometimes inevitable, there are a few things you can do to make sure your glasses remain in good condition for as long as possible.
Refer to our Microfibre Cloth Cleaning page for more information.
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