How do you clean an eyeglass case?
Sprinkle a little water on the glasses case first, to soften the dirt and dust on it. Brush gently with a soft brush to avoid damaging the glasses case. The inside of the case needs to be cleaned with a brush. Use a rag to wipe the surface of the glasses case for moisture and dirt. Wash it several times with a wet cloth. Use paper towels to dry the surface and interior. And then dry in the sun.
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What Are Bifocal Glasses?
Vision changes seem to be related to age. Presbyopia occurs in the middle age of one person, affecting your eye’s ability to focus. But it can be caused by bifocal glasses.
Bifocal glasses are divided into two parts to accommodate two different prescriptions in one lens. One area of the lens will have one prescription (usually distance) and a segment in the lower half will have the other (usually near vision).
Bifocal glasses were invented by Benjamin Franklin, who solved his own vision problem by taking the lens from his reading glasses and distance glasses and cutting them in half. Then remade the cut lenses into a single pair of bifocals and put the distance lens on top and the reading lens on the bottom.
However, the bifocal glasses come with some problems. So, in the following section, we will show you some common bifocal glasses problems.
How to Choose Glasses for Long Face?
Bold shapes and eyeglasses with decorative details are also a smart choice since they help draw attention to your eyes and can add width to your face. Be sure to avoid narrow or rectangular shapes, which can make your face appear longer.
Square glasses: if you have a long face, you can try square glasses whose sharper corners can help to balance out the length of your face and complement your narrow features. Choose frames that are slightly wider than your cheekbones to make your face appear broader.
Two-toned glasses: if you have a long face shape, the two-toned glasses would be a good choice. The color-top frames create an optical illusion that draws focus upward toward your eyes rather than to the length of your face.
Are blue light glasses good for driving at night?
Are blue light glasses helpful when driving at night? The answer is not necessarily. Anti-reflective coating on glasses is beneficial. But blue light blocking won't have any effect on your driving at night. If your glasses have an anti-reflective coating, then they might be helpful for night driving. Otherwise, they won't have any impact.
The frame of prescription glasses
At present, the more common materials for frames are non-metal and metal. Non-metals mainly include TR90, sheet material, etc., and metals include alloys, titanium, and so on. TR90 and sheet material are actually plastics, but they are firm and are not easy be deformed at room temperature. Also, they have good formability so that they can be made in many fashionable styles. The general alloy material has good firmness and flexibility, but the disadvantage is that it is easy to fade. The pure titanium frame is corrosion-resistant and very strong. It is about 40% lighter than the general alloy frame. It must be welded and electroplated in an oxygen-free state, which requires high equipment and technology. Relatively speaking, the price of TR90 and alloys will be lower, and pure titanium will be more expensive. You can choose according to your budget.
Acetate frame and plastic frame
What is the difference between acetate frame and a plastic frame? Acetate frames are lighter and generally considered to be better than plastic frames. Acetate is known for its hypoallergenicity, so it is a popular choice for people with sensitive skin. Unlike some plastic or metal frames, they can cause allergic reactions.
- The manufacturing process makes the plastic frame more brittle than the acetate frame.
- If the temple does not have a metal bracket, it is difficult to adjust the plastic glasses.
- There are fewer choices of colors and patterns for plastic frame
However, you will notice that acetate frames are generally more expensive than ordinary plastic frames. Spectacle frames are daily necessities that we use for a long time. Therefore, durability is essential, and the life span of the acetate frame is longer.