How to clean eyeglasses with anti-glare lenses

Written by vanessa padgalskas
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Anti-glare eyeglass lenses have a special coating that can be damaged by ordinary cleaners. You should never use soap, hot water or an alcohol-based cleaner to clean antiglare lenses. Anti-glare lenses can become greasy and dirty easier than lenses without antiglare and require the use of special cleaning methods.

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Things you need

  • IKlear cleaning solution
  • Microfiber cloth

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  1. 1

    Spray a non-toxic, ammonia and alcohol-free cleaning solution, such as iKlear, on the front and back of your lenses. iKlear is safe to use on antiglare lenses and Apple computer screens.

  2. 2

    Rub the iKlear into the lenses with a microfiber cloth, which is soft and will not scratch the lenses.

  3. 3

    Keep the microfiber cloth clean. Dirt particles that collect in the cloth can scratch the lenses. Hand wash the cloth with a mild detergent. Let the cloth air dry.

  4. 4

    Hold your glasses up to the light to make sure the lenses are completely clean. Repeat the process, if there are still grease marks on the lenses.

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