Remove hairspray from your eyeglasses by washing them with warm, soapy water. Hairspray can harm the lens' coating so it is important to remove it quickly.Continue Reading
Wipe the front and back of your glasses with a sponge full of warm, soapy water. Use a soap that does not contain anti-bacterial products. Handle your glasses gently to avoid bending them or adding scratches.
Rinse your glasses with warm water. If needed, repeat the washing and rinsing process.
Use a soft, clean cloth to thoroughly dry your glasses. Be sure not to use paper towels or facial towels to dry your glasses, as these can scratch the lenses.
To qualify for vision assistance from the Lions Club, you must be severely vision-impaired and meet the requirements set out by the chapter providing eyeglasses. The exact disability and financial requirements for free eyeglasses are set by local Lions Club chapters; contact a local chapter for application information and a list of specific requirements.Full Answer >
LensCrafters offers eyeglasses in about an hour at hundred of locations across the United States. LensCrafters locations sit next door to a licensed optometrist's office and offer on-site lens grinding services.Full Answer >
Some popular eyeglasses sold by Visionworks include tortoise shell in marbled or spotted and gradient two-toned color block frames for both men and women, reports Business Wire. Visionworks is an eye care center with locations in more than 40 states; the company provides designer and exclusive brand-name eyeglass frames but there are no specific eyeglasses made, manufactured or branded by Visionworks.Full Answer >
Wal-Mart offers prescription eyeglasses in its Wal-Mart Vision Centers. Not all Wal-Mart stores have on-site Vision Centers. Customers can navigate to Walmart.com, hover over All Departments, hover over Health, Beauty & Pharmacy, click on Vision Center, and then click Find a Vision Center to find a nearby Vision Center location.Full Answer >