How to Clean Blue Light Glasses?

Blue light glasses are growing in popularity and as we wear them more and more they need to be cleaned to provide the best acuity possible.

This short article will give you some expert cleaning tips for your computer glasses or blue light glasses from our team of leading lab technicians. You have bought the best blue light glasses from BLUblox and now its time to look after them and make them last forever.

How to clean computer glasses

Computer glasses are a type of blue light glasses that filter small amounts of blue light during the day. As their name suggests they are to be used whilst working on your computer to filter down harmful blue light.

These computer glasses typically do not have a tint applied to their lens, instead they have blue light filtering technology applied to them or impregnated into the lens itself.

The best way to clean these blue light glasses is twofold:

 

  1. This is our preferred method. Make a warm bowl of water and dip your BluLite computer glasses into them and rub the lenses with a clean dish cloth. We like to have our warm water poured into a clean bowl for hygiene purposes. Then leave your glasses to dry for a few minutes and then gentle rub dry with the BLUblox cleaning cloth provided.

 

  1. The second method works very well for cleaning computer glasses but involves chemicals which we are not too excited about here at BLUblox. Your optometrist will sell a “lens cleaning solution” that can be sprayed onto your BluLite computer glasses lenses and then gentle rubbed clean with the BLUblox cleaning cloth provided. This will probably give you a better result than option 1 but weigh up as to whether you want to use chemicals to clean your glasses or not.

 

How to clean blue light glasses.

Chances are you already have a pair of the best blue light glasses from BLUblox but now you just need to know how to clean blue light glasses in order to properly care for them.

Most blue light blocking glasses that have a coloured lens have had a tint applied to them. This tint must be cared for and maintained in order for your blue light glasses to last a long time.

 

There are two ways to address the question “how to clean blue light glasses”, these are below:

 

  1. Run the tap (faucet) on hot option until you start seeing some light steam arise. Place your blue light glasses near to the steam turning them around to ensure the lens fog up. Turn off the tap and then gently clean your blue light glasses with the BLUblox cleaning cloth provided. (do not use boiling water, just light steam is required)

 

  1. Make a warm bowl of water and dip your blue light glasses into them and rub the lenses with a clean dish cloth. We like to have our warm water poured into a clean bowl for hygiene purposes. Then leave your glasses to dry for a few minutes and then gentle rub dry with the BLUblox cleaning cloth provided.

Either of the above methods work well but for sterilisation and hygiene purposes option 1 works best

Either of the above methods work well but for sterilisation and hygiene purposes option 1 works best

In order to maintain the integrity of your blue light glasses and computer glasses is best to know how to clean blue light glasses. This will ensure they last for a long time and continue to protect your health from the dangers of blue light.

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5 thoughts on “How to Clean Blue Light Glasses?

  1. avatar Andy Mant says:

    Yes, mild soap is totally fine to use as well, great question

    Thank you everyone for commenting and reading my blog, I appreciate you all

  2. avatar narendra singh shekhawat says:

    Really an awesome content to read i know this is quite important to protect your eye as they the precious part of the human body, although the daily work is also important to do but we can have the safety wearing Blue Light Glasses .. everyone must protect

  3. avatar Mara says:

    Great Thanks a lot!! This info was really missing

  4. avatar Sharron says:

    Is it okay to use a mild soap if there are greasy marks on them that cannot be removed by the water / steam methods?

  5. avatar Steve says:

    Very useful , didn’t know about the steam method but makes good sense.

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