Use Shaving Foam To Keep Your Glasses From Fogging Up

August 17, 2020

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According to the Vision Council of America, approximately 75% of adults use some sort of vision correction. About 64% of adults wear eyeglasses, and about 11% wear contact lenses, either exclusively, or with glasses. Not to mention the number of people who wear sunglasses! Wearing spectacles and eye protection has always come with the risk to your vision with smudges, raindrops and fog. However the problem of your glasses fogging has become more prevalent with mandatory face masks policies of stores and government in a coronavirus world. But do not fear the fog with a little help of some shaving cream. Actually, shaving foam, such as Barbasol.  Simply pump a tiny bit of shaving foam on your lenses and work it into a lather, then wipe off all the residue with a soft cloth (don’t use a paper towel or toilet paper, which can leave small scratches in the surface). Shaving foam contains surfactants, which leave behind an invisible but protective filmy coating that will keep the lenses from fogging when hit with moisture in the warm air leaking from the top of your mask.

SOURCE: Lifehacker

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