How can I wear a face mask and not have foggy lenses?

Posted by Mitch Gantman on

Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made an announcement on Friday that urged the use of a cloth face maks for all people in public areas. If you too wear glasses like me, we both probably face the same issue - foggy lenses. The first thing that happened the minute I put on the mask was that hot breath funneled right into the glasses, instantly making the lenses foggy and hopeless.

And it's just not just the masks; every time you drink something hot, step out from a cold room into the warm outside or walk into a humid room, glasses fog up instantly making it very difficult to see. Solution?

Anti-fog spray! Spray it on your glasses on both lens surfaces and let it dry for a few seconds and then wipe. Leaves an invisible protective shield that stops fogging for up to 5 days. 

One drawback of the anti-fog spray is that it doesn't adhere to lenses with an anti-reflective coating. 

Another great option to prevent your lenses from fogging up is getting Fog-free lenses. Get a pair in your prescription today and never worry about your lenses fogging up!

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