If you wear glasses, you know these problems very well: finding your glasses case is hard, and stopping your lenses from clouding over is even harder. Don’t miss our bonus at the end of the video – a hilarious collection of jokes that only people with poor eyesight can understand.
Finding your glasses in the dark 0:40
Wiping the lenses 1:05
Replacing your glasses 1:34
Washing the lenses 1:58
Preventing the lenses from clouding over 2:27
Glasses are not a hairband 2:47
Quickly repairing your glasses 3:18
Too broad or too narrow earpieces 3:43
Shape of the frame 4:45
For drivers 5:18
– Apply a thin line of fluorescent paint on your glasses case. It’ll become much easier to find it in a dark room.
– Never wipe the lenses with your shirt’s hem or sleeve: they’ll leave tiny scratches that will create an additional burden for your eyes.
– In case of an emergency, when your spectacles aren’t available, you can do without them. If you’re near-sighted, use your smartphone to see details more clearly.
– Dishwashing liquid is perfect for lenses! Don’t use cleansers containing alcohol, vinegar, ammonia, or bleach as these substances deteriorate the protective coating of the lenses.
– Clouding over is one of the biggest problems for those who wear glasses. To stop the lenses from becoming opaque with a change of temperature, apply some liquid or hard soap on them in advance.
– Don’t use your spectacles as a hairband — the frame will lose its shape and start falling off. When washing your face and in other situations when you don’t use your glasses, better just take them off.
– If you lose the screws, you can use a toothpick as a temporary solution. Connect the frame and the earpiece, insert the toothpick, and break off the excess.
– If your glasses keep sliding down, hold the rounded parts of the earpieces in hot water for a few minutes until the plastic gets a bit softer. Then bend the ends down, so they better fit your ears.
– To adjust the nosepieces, put your glasses on an even surface to see how they look compared to each other.
– If you’ve got wide-spaced eyes, opt for glasses with a thick or prominent bridge. This will draw attention to the middle of your face, making your eyes visually closer to each other.
– A piece of advice for drivers: don’t leave your plastic glasses on the dashboard in direct sunlight. Heating up, the lenses may lose shape or even pop. It’s best to store your spectacles in the glove compartment in a special pocket.
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