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How to Clean Eyeglasses Correctly

We take off a pair of glasses that are dirty, always wipe them against whatever clothing we’re wearing, and then the glasses are all smudgy. Even cleaning the sands, or small particles on your lenses by the incorrectly way could damage your glasses and lead to build-up of oil and dirt. Keeping glasses clean not only keeps them looking new, it will help you see more clearly, now let’s learn some correct way with the help of items already in your home for clear vision without ruining them. The glasses part that are easy to dirty Lenses 53% Nose pad 36% Temples 6% Frames...

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Eyeglass Material

                   Acetate is the popular choice in recent years of eyeglasses frames, which advocated by many fashion brands such as Gucci, Prada, etc. Prior to acetate, celluloid as the earliest polyurethane material, is easily molded and shaped, while highly flammable, difficult and expensive to produce. Because of its individual handcrafted, it is becoming more and more well known. Oliver people, Dita, Tarts and Tana-gokoro eyewear do produce frames with celluloid and many other makers. Acetate, also called the plate has good penetrability, glossiness and anti-ultraviolet. Furthermore, acetate has no sticky smell and it is easy to create various combinations by multi-level stacking,...

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History of Eyewear

In the industry for many years, I have witnessed the subtle changes of the eyeglasses from the visual aids to avant-grade accessories. The major fashion brands as the important driving force, constantly release various optics or sunglasses in recent years. So that the plastic frame material become mainstream, while the metal material seems less valued. Lenses in these first eyeglasses were made from quartz or rock crystal and produced by gold craftsmen in 1000 AD, the European monks used the quartz lenses to form a magnified image for reading copy manuscripts. A few years later, the first eyeglasses were made...

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