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An unexpected fog on your glasses indicates one of two things: you'll either have to wait for the fog to disperse or you'll have to remove your glasses. Depending on what you're doing when your glasses fog up, you won't be able to see well, which could be a little inconvenience or a severe concern, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some of us have found it difficult. And here's the worst part: the annoyance that builds as you wipe your glasses off repeatedly throughout the day. We're already grappling with pandemic-like forces. Isn't it true that we don't need foggy glasses on top of everything else? One solution to this is to wear contact lenses, and you can get contact lenses in Sri Lanka conveniently and easily through many reputed stores.

Here's how it works in basic terms. Condensation can happen when warm air collides with a cold surface. When heated air leaves through the top of the mask, it condenses on the lenses of your glasses, causing them to fog. What can you do to make sure this doesn't happen again? When you are purchasing spectacles, are you sure that they are efficient enough to not fog? Here are a few suggestions to get you started.

  • Seal the mask:

Sticking a piece of double-sided tape over the bridge of the nose before putting on a mask is a popular method used by doctors.

  • Make sure the mask is comfortable to wear:

A loose-fitting mask directs exhaled air directly toward your spectacles. If the mask is properly placed, it can significantly reduce the amount of hot air that reaches the lenses.

  • Soapy water should be used to clean the lenses:

Immediately wipe your lenses with soapy water and shake off the excess liquid with this method. Allow your spectacles to air dry or gently wipe them clean with a soft cloth before putting them back on. A tiny coating of soap is left behind, which works as a fog barrier.

  • Use antifog lens spray:

Antifog sprays can coat your glasses with a see-through coating that prevents fog from forming. Most opticians provide an antifog lens spray when you purchase spectacles online in Sri Lanka, for convenience.

Unfortunately, there is no magic trick that will prevent fogging, such as putting on the mask or glasses first. The best method is to improve the fit around the contours of the nose and cheeks.

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