Eyewear should be cleaned a minimum of once a day, but before cleaning them, how about washing your hands first? Hands can carry a lot of dirt and bacteria that can easily transfer onto your precious eyewear, and from there, maybe elsewhere eh? Okay, now that your mitts are clean, let’s move onto how to wash your glasses properly. The most stable portion of any eyewear is the “bridge”, the small arched piece that connects the two lenses together, so handle your facial companions from this point to avoid any accidents, or bending and twisting of the frame.
People get routine medical check-ups for the rest of the body, yet the eyes often go neglected. It’s never intentional, but when squinting, seeking natural light, or grabbing a pair of store-bought “cheaters” gets us by in a pinch, it puts off making that important exam appointment too. Something tells me we are not alone, and this may apply to most of you too. Since we at JINS wear glasses ourselves, it is easy to admit that good eyesight is often taken for granted, but lucky for us procrastinators, JINS now has the answer to easy 20/20 vision in 2020, read on.