Take Care of Your Glasses on the Beach!

Protect your sand and salt sunglasses from the beach.

Whether they are watch or sunglasses, the glasses are something delicate that needs to be careful not to get damaged and to stay in good condition for a long time. On the beach there are several things that can damage them and you must take special care.

Eye protection is very important, so sunglasses are almost indispensable, but the ideal is to always avoid contact with sand, sea water and sun protection products.

Sea water-salt water is a corrosive agent for the lenses of your glasses. When you go to sea, leave your glasses on. Even if you are not thinking of getting wet completely or diving, there is always the risk of falling and getting damaged. If you do not see anything without glasses and need them for swimming, always refer to specific models for the purpose

Sand-because it is granular, it can damage the lens when it comes in contact with the lens. As careful as you can when cleaning, there is always the risk of scratching the lens. It is very important to try to eliminate the sand with fresh water instead of trying to remove it with your hands or with some cloth. And speaking of cloths, no wiping the glasses on fabrics that are not soft or have seams

Sunscreens-both sunscreens and sunscreens contain some chemicals that, while beneficial in protecting the skin, are corrosive to lenses and frames, which can stain or leave them dull.

So you know, always take the glasses case to the beach with you and save them whenever you are not using them. And, when leaving the beach, pass them by fresh water to take away any vestige of salt, sea or protector that could have stayed! 
And by the way, do you know the correct way to clean your glasses?

Protect your sand and salt sunglasses from the beach

Whether they are watch or sunglasses, the glasses are something delicate that needs to be careful not to get damaged and to stay in good condition for a long time. On the beach there are several things that can damage them and you must take special care.

Eye protection is very important, so sunglasses are almost indispensable, but the ideal is to always avoid contact with sand, sea water and sun protection products.

Sea water-salt water is a corrosive agent for the lenses of your glasses. When you go to sea, leave your glasses on. Even if you are not thinking of getting wet completely or diving, there is always the risk of falling and getting damaged. If you do not see anything without glasses and need them for swimming, always refer to specific models for the purpose

Sand-because it is granular, it can damage the lens when it comes in contact with the lens. As careful as you can when cleaning, there is always the risk of scratching the lens. It is very important to try to eliminate the sand with fresh water instead of trying to remove it with your hands or with some cloth. And speaking of cloths, no wiping the glasses on fabrics that are not soft or have seams

Sunscreens-both sunscreens and sunscreens contain some chemicals that, while beneficial in protecting the skin, are corrosive to lenses and frames, which can stain or leave them dull.

So you know, always take the glasses case to the beach with you and save them whenever you are not using them. And, when leaving the beach, pass them by fresh water to take away any vestige of salt, sea or protector that could have stayed! 
And by the way, do you know the correct way to clean your glasses? See more fashion in recipesintheBOX.