To keep goggles from fogging up, simply rub a small drop of baby shampoo or saliva onto the lenses. After evenly distributing the solution, give the goggles a quick rinse, and enjoy perfectly clear lenses.Continue Reading
Apply a small amount of baby shampoo or saliva to the inner surface of both lenses. If you apply the substance to the outside of lenses, this technique will be ineffective.
Using your fingers, evenly distribute the solution across the entire surface of the lens.
Once the solution has been applied to the lens surface, lightly rinse the goggles with water to remove excess solution.
A simple way to remove scratches from sunglasses involves rubbing regular toothpaste on the lenses with a microfiber cloth, washing them, then rubbing them with a baking soda paste using a cotton ball. Finally, wash them again.Full Answer >
There are ways to remove scratches on the lenses of sunglasses and some of these methods requires everyday items that are found around the house. These items include baking soda, toothpaste, brass or silver polish.Full Answer >
According to Eyeglass Guide, Transitions lenses work because they contain certain photochromic dyes that react when they are exposed to the ultraviolet rays in sunlight, causing the eyeglass lenses to activate, or become darker. When the UV light diminishes, the photochromic dyes again react and cause the tint in the lenses to become lighter. As light levels change during the day, the tint in the lenses continues to adjust.Full Answer >
Polarized lenses reduce glare by using a filter that blocks light reflected from flat surfaces or smooth water. Sunglasses that use polarized lenses are popular among boaters, fisherman and people who enjoy outdoor activities that benefit from glare reduction, such as skiing or biking.Full Answer >