If you have glasses, are you one of those people who consistently cleans the lenses, or are you one of those people who rarely goes over that significant step?
If you don’t clean your lenses, then you are putting yourself at a disadvantage. To get a better sense of this concept, we will be going over the importance of cleaning your lenses. So, if you are one of those people who keeps dirty lenses, then you should really listen up.
The Importance Of Cleaning Your Lenses
- Dust/Dirt Can Lead To Permanent Damage
- Straining Your Eyes
Dust/Dirt Can Lead To Permanent Damage
Not only does dust/dirt make your glasses look bad, but it can also lead to permanent damage. So, if you want scratches on your lenses, then continue to not incorporate cleaning. If you want to have to replace your lenses over and over again because of said scratches, then continue to not incorporate cleaning.
Visibility is the name of the game, and it is the reason why you purchased glasses in the first place. After all, you likely went to the eye doctor in the first place because you knew you could see better (taking care of your eyes is also a major plus).
If you have dirt, dust, smudges or whatever it might be all of your lenses, then your visibility is taking a hit. At that point, you have to think, what is the point?
Clean lenses leads to ultimate visibility, and dirty ones leads to decreased visibility — it is really that simple.
Straining Your Eyes
If your glasses are dirty and your visibility is taking a hit as a result, then that could lead to you straining your eyes. This could lead to unwanted headaches or blurry vision. Yes, headaches and blurry vision can result from eye strain that you put on yourself by not cleaning your lenses. Is it really worth it?
The obvious answer is no, so make sure to take care of your glasses.