Aug 04, 2020

Mask fogging up your glasses? Here’s how to fix it

Since new mask recommendations came into effect, many of us glasses wearers have spent the last few weeks de-fogging our specs every few minutes. It has quickly become a frustrating part of our daily routine. But there’s a quick and easy fix that will only take you a few minutes.

This handy tip has come from a pair of surgeons published in the medical journal Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, so you know it’s come from seasoned mask wearing professionals. All you’ll need is your glasses, some soap and water and you’re ready to go. 

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And there you have it – clean fog-free glasses. You’re now all set to go into the world wearing your mask without fear of sudden glasses fog related blindness.

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  1. It doesnt work on my glasses, recalcitrant little buggers, I’m finding a strip of wound tape along the top works a treat and comes away from the skin pretty gently.

  2. I think if the glasses are anti scratch film them the method doesn’t work. Non plain lenses it does

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