Anti-reflective lenses produce less glare, both for the wearer and people looking at the wearer. They are useful in a variety of situations, including driving late at night. Unfortunately, they become dirty and cloudy rather easily, and require special care to avoid rubbing off the anti-reflective coating. Keeping your glasses clean is easy so long as you take care not to rub them the wrong way.
Spritz the inside of each lens with the cleaning spray.
Wipe from side to side with the cleaning cloth, then up and down, taking care to wipe particularly streaky or cloudy areas and the part of the lens nearest the nose. After cleaning, the lenses should be dry.
Spray the other side of each lens with the cleaning spray.
Wipe the other side of the lenses, again taking special care to wipe down any parts that are streaked or cloudy. Wipe only up and down and from side to side, and avoid rubbing in circles.
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