Proper Eye Wear Care


If you have vision problems that cause you to be in the position where you need to wear prescription glasses to see better, then you want to make sure you have a clear understanding of ways you should go about caring for your glasses. There may be more to taking care of them than you realize. Here are some great tips that you want to follow so you know you are treating your prescription glasses the way you should:

Don't Set Your Glasses Just Anywhere

One thing you really need to watch for is that you don't set your glasses in the wrong spot. If you leave them on a couch or another type of seat, then you run the risk of someone sitting on them. If you leave them near the edge of a shelf or table, they can fall and break. Something that a lot of people don't realize is when you set your prescription glasses on paper and near a window, this can actually turn into a fire hazard if the sun comes through the window and hits the glasses in a way that ignites the paper! You should fold your glasses correctly and set them in a spot where you won't forget them, and they will be safe from all types of damage.

Protect Your Glasses While Wearing Them

It is easy for your glasses to become damaged by getting hit by something or by falling off of your face and breaking on the ground. For these reasons, you should make sure you don't wear your glasses in high-risk situations, like when you are playing catch (this is a good time for you to wear contacts instead). You should also make sure you purchase an eyewear necklace to put on the glasses. Keep it on them at all times. It will go around the back of your neck and be attached to the ends of the frames. This way, if your glasses do fall off, the necklace will keep them from falling to the ground and breaking.

Ask For Scratch Resistant Coatings

With plastic glasses, which is what the majority of ones sold these days are, you want to be sure they have a scratch resistant coating applied to them. This coating can really protect them from scratches, which are much easier to get in them than you may realize.

Check The Screws Periodically

Make a conscious decision to look at the screws on your frames every once in a while, to make sure they are still in place and tight. Have an eyeglass repair kit in your possession that you can use to tighten a loose screw.

Take your glasses in to be repaired – If you do break or damage your glasses, you want to take them in to be repaired. It can be much easier than you think to have problems fixed. That deep scratch may be able to be buffed right out and that snapped off arm can be quickly replaced in the office. To learn more about eyeglass care, visit a business such as Southern  Colorado Eye Care Associates.   


24 March 2018

Finding Better Glasses

After I realized that I was going to be traveling a lot for work, I realized that I didn't want to wear my contact lenses 24/7. Instead of suffering with dry, itchy, irritated eyes, I decided that it might be best to work with an eye doctor who could help me to find a pair of frames that would look great on my face. I wanted to find glasses that were just as attractive as I was, so I started looking around. I visited a great optometry office, and the doctor helped to guide me towards glasses that were perfect for my face shape. This blog is all about finding a better pair of glasses.