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3 Reading Glasses Care Tips You Should Keep In Mind

Frequently replacing sets of damaged glasses? Because they’re so flimsy and prone to damage, keeping a pair of glasses can be a whole lot harder than many of us think. In fact, statistics have found that people who need prescription eyewear spend upwards of a thousand dollars every year on replacements. Now, if you’re tired of buying a new pair of glasses every time, this list is for you. These tips are easy, doable, and practical, keeping your glasses damage-free and functional for many years in the future.

1. Invest in Good Frames – While this first one might not seem like a care tip, it will help you choose a pair of glasses that will successful stand up against the onslaught of wear, tear, and time. What you may have already found out by now is that cheap, inexpensive frames are super prone to damage and breakage. So make sure to consider the cost that you’ll incur in the long run if you insist on buying budget lenses each and every time you need a replacement. Spend a little more next time and treat them like an investment so they last a little longer.

2. Use the Case – Your glasses probably come along with a hard case that you can use to bring them around safely when they’re not in use wherever you go. So make sure you make the best of it. Make a habit of keeping your glasses in the hard case when you’re not using them to keep them safe from any sort of damage. By doing this, you won’t need to constantly worry or feel conscious of whether or not your glasses are in a damage-free state.

3. Practice Utmost Care – One of the main things you need to remember is that your glasses are flimsy and fragile. So as with anything that’s prone to damage, you need to make sure you exercise utmost caution when handling them. Beware of cloths that could cause abrasion, watch out for the flimsy nose pads, and don’t bend the stalks too much. By keeping these things in mind and avoiding even marginal damage, you can keep your glasses in top shape even after years of use.

Remember – glasses are more than just an accessory, they’re an investment! Remember these simple tips and you can guarantee a long, damage-free life for your favorite specs. And when the time comes for a replacement, buy the best frames you can get your hands on and don’t be afraid to spend a little extra.

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