The Best Way to Clean Sunglasses (Without Causing Damage)

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The Best Way to Clean Sunglasses (Without Causing Damage)

From protecting your eyesight against harmful UV rays to framing your face in just the right way, sunglasses do a lot of work. Since our sunglasses take such good care of us, it’s important to take care of them. Knowing how to clean sunglasses properly can help to extend their lifespan for years and avoid causing undue damage to the lens. Read on for best way to clean sunglasses in just a few easy steps—and some key tips for keeping them in mint condition during use.

Make sure your hands are clean (avoid oil or lotion-based soaps). Then, gently rinse your sunglasses in lukewarm water. This can be done by simply running them under the faucet, but make sure that the pressure is gentle and that the water isn’t too hot.

After you’ve thoroughly rinsed off any dirt and debris, the best way to clean sunglasses is with a minuscule amount of . Be sure to avoid soaps with any lotion or moisturizers in them since these can damage or smear the lenses.

Apply a dab of dish soap to your fingertip, then gently scrub every part of your sunglasses, starting with the exterior and interior of the lenses, then moving on to the frames, sides, and nose pads. If your sunglasses have inset details, such as a cut-out pattern or raised logo, use the tip of a lint-free cloth or handkerchief to clean the nooks.

Once again taking care to avoid ultra-hot water or excessive pressure (both of which can take a toll on delicate shades), gently rinse your sunglasses. It’s important to fully rinse them before drying in order to avoid smearing the lenses, so make sure all soap has been removed before moving on to the next step.

Using a clean, , gently massage your sunglasses dry. Avoid using towels with texture since these can inadvertently scratch the lenses. If your sunglasses have lots of detailing, set them out to fully air dry before wearing.

The best way to clean sunglasses is to keep them clean in the first place. While it can be tempting to polish your glasses on your blouse, this can lead to scratches, smears, and unwanted residue. Always blow or rinse dust away before wiping lenses to avoid scratches from unseen particles. And, of course, always store your glasses in a protective case whenever you’re not wearing them.

Now that you know the best way to clean sunglasses, it’s the perfect time to discover a new pair. Read on for our favorite eyewear trends of 2020.

This story was published at an earlier date and has been recently updated.

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I Predict That These 6 Sandal Trends Will Define Summer 2020

Six months ago, the S/S 20 collections wowed us with their fresh batch of shoe trends, and now that the season's deliveries have finally hit the market, the wait to wear all the new-season newness is over. While in certain parts of the country, sandal season is still wishful thinking, we're of the mind that it's never too soon to start discussing, planning, and shopping for the season ahead. Which is why we've turned our attention on the biggest sandal trends to emerge from the runways.

Whether it be fanciful details like chain embellishments or overarching silhouettes like tried-and-true gladiators, we studied the spring collections and discovered the following six overarching sandal styles that we're predicting will make a big impact during the warmer months ahead. To see and shop each trend, keep scrolling.

Good old gladiators cooled off in previous seasons, but this spring, they made a definitive return in notably free-spirited bohemian styles. Unlike the to-the-knee versions of the past, 2020's gladiators are more grounded—which we'd argue makes them more wearable. At JW Anderson, they were tied over loose trousers, a styling trick that will surely catch on among the street style set.

If the runways offer any indication, heeled thong sandals aren't going anywhere. Instead, designers doubled down on their commitment to the glorified flip-flops and continued to elevate them. Behold utterly polished thong sandals that speak to the refined minimalist in us all.

Serious platforms and sporty soles are the defining characteristics of this year's latest "ugly" sandals. And when say "ugly," we actually mean super cool. Wear these to ground a sweet floral dress or with a slouchy suit like on the Ganni runway.

Lovely chain embellishments adorned the models' ankles on some of our favorite spring runways, notably Proenza Schouler and Bottega Veneta. Consider skipping your anklet this summer and buying right into this jewelry-inspired look.

If we had to guess which of these trends will be the most worn, we'd place our bets that the most stylish ankles of summer 2020 will be tied up in one of these wraparound sandals with dainty, barely there straps.

Whether it was an off-center take on strappy sandals like at A.W.A.K.E. Mode or a minimalist approach as at Givenchy, asymmetry is a leading motif to look out for this season.

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