4 Tips To Avoid Losing Your Eyeglasses

Losing your eyeglasses can be expensive and frustrating. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to avoid this problem. By picking a consistent place to keep your eyeglasses, using a case to keep your eyeglasses safe and by using other methods to keep track of your eyeglasses, you can avoid situations involving lost glasses. Here’s what we suggest.

1. Pick a Place Where Your Eyeglasses “Live”

Find a place (or two places) in your house where you consistently leave your eyeglasses when you’re not wearing them. This might be the countertop in your bathroom, the night stand by your bed, or the table by your favorite recliner.

Make a habit of leaving your eyeglasses only in these select locations and nowhere else. If you only set your eyeglasses down in predictable places, you’re far less likely to lose your eyeglasses in your own home.

2. Get a Case

Next time you’re at the eye doctor in Newark and New Lexington, get a colorful case to protect your eyeglasses when you’re outside the house. Buy a case that’s colorful and easy to notice, so that if you set the case down somewhere, you won’t have such a hard time locating it among clutter.

3. Wear Your Glasses All Day

Once you’ve purchased eyeglasses in Newark and New Lexington, make a habit of wearing them all day. Some people take off their eyeglasses when they’re doing certain activities, like reading, talking to friends or watching television.

When you take off your glasses without thinking, you increase the chances they will become lost. Force yourself to wear your glasses all day, every day for the first several weeks of glasses ownership. This will put you in the habit of always wearing your glasses, and will make it less likely that you’ll remove them absently.

4. Get an Eyeglasses Chain

Getting an eyeglasses chain can prevent you from losing your glasses even if you do take them off frequently, because when you remove your glasses, they’ll still be on around your neck! Choose a chain you like that will match most outfits, so you won’t have a problem wearing the glasses chain most of the time.

Want more suggestions for keeping track of your glasses? Call Trillium Vision Care to learn more.

Don’t Lose Those Glasses! 4 Ways to Care For Your First Pair of Specs

Your glasses are one of the most important parts of your wardrobe. They’re practically a part of your face! If you’re new to wearing glasses in New Lexington OH, you may not know what you’re supposed to do to take care of your new specs.

By taking care not to lose your glasses, protecting your glasses from scratches, and by handling your glasses gently, you can keep your glasses looking their best until you buy your next pair. Here’s what you need to know.

1. Establish a Place Where Your Glasses “Live”

It’s easier to lose your glasses if you put them down in a different place every time you take them off. Establish a place where you consistently put down your glasses when you take them off your face. This way, you’ll know where to look for your glasses when you’re not wearing them.

2. Put Your Glasses Away In a Case

Another way to keep track of your glasses is by putting your glasses away in a case when you take them off. The brighter and bigger the case, the easier it will be to spot when you’re looking for your glasses. Putting your glasses away in a case also helps ensure that your glasses will be protected from scratches and damage when you’re not wearing them.

3. Clean Your Glasses With Special Cleaner

It’s tempting to clean your glasses with your shirt, but doing this just smears dirt around on the lenses. Glasses cleaner is sold in stores and can also be bought from your eye doctor. Using glasses cleaner helps ensure that your glasses will be properly cleaned and the dirt and grime will be removed.

4. Don’t Adjust Them Yourself

Do your glasses sit crooked on your face? Do they need to be adjusted? If so, take them to the eye doctor in New Lexington OH – don’t try to adjust them yourself. If you try to bend your glasses, you could break them!

Want more information about how to care for your new glasses? Call us! We’ll be happy to give you more information about ways to take care of your new glasses.