How to Wash Eyeglasses With Dish Soap


It always happens that when you go to put on your eyeglasses there is a smear on them. You can try to remove the smear with a tissue but this only adds to more trouble with your eyeglasses. Now you have a layer of lint on both lens of your eyeglasses that you will have trouble seeing out of for the rest of the day. There is a better way to clean your eyeglasses. Whether it is daily cleaning of your eyeglasses or an emergency spot clean, the better way to clean your eyeglasses is with dish soap. Follow these easy instructions to clean your eyeglasses with dish soap and see the world through a new light.

Things You'll Need

  • 1 sink
  • 1 container dish soap
  • 1 pair of eyeglasses
  • 1 roll paper towels

See the World Through a New Light Through Clean Eyeglasses

Fill the sink with about 4 inches of warm water to begin cleaning your eyeglasses. While the water is running in the sink place 2 squeezes of dish soap into the water.

Lay out 2 paper towels off to the side of where you will be washing your eyeglasses with dish soap. This will have you prepared once you have washed your eyeglasses so you won't accidentally smudge them again.

Open up your eyeglasses so that they look like you are going to slip them onto your face. Hold onto the eyeglasses by the nose piece to wash them using dish soap.

Dip your eyeglasses into the soapy water. Lift them up to your eye level to see if the eyeglasses have any caked on debris on them .

Gently rub the lens between your fingers. This will use the dish soap to remove any spots on your eyeglasses. Dip your eyeglasses into the soapy water again.

Empty the soapy water out of the sink to finish washing your eyeglasses with dish soap. Hold your eyeglasses under running water to rinse the dish soap off of them.

Place your eyeglasses onto the paper towels that you laid out earlier. Allow the eyeglasses to air dry before you put them on to wear.

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