Hi quality Eyewear Frames are created with the finest acetates and premium metals, so it is important to take care of them.

Likewise, Hi quality Eyewear Lenses are manufactured in state of the art and highly technical environments.

When you purchase your Eyewear from Eyeworks it comes with a Cleaning Starter Kit. It contains a microfibre cleaning Cloth and a cleaning Spray to keep your frames and Lenses clear of surface marks. You will also be given a Case so you can safely store your glasses when not being worn.

Please note the following recommendations:

Best way to clean your glasses in 3 simple steps:

Step 1: Wash your hands with lotion-free soap. 

Step 2: Clean your lenses and frame regularly with luke warm water and a drop of mild liquid, lotion-free soap. Wash gently and rinse. 

Step 3: Gently shake off water drops — dry your lenses with a soft, clean microfiber lens or lint-free cotton cloth.


In most cases you don’t even have to rub as the drops will be transferred to the cloth in contact with the lens surface.


10 ways to care for eyeglass lenses and frames 

1. Be gentle with your lenses. Avoid using tissues, paper towels, or napkins to clean them, as any paper-based product can harm the lens surface.

2. Keep your lenses crystal clear. Make sure not to wipe them with products that are impregnated with oils or fabric softeners, as it can leave a cloudy film. 

3. Stay away from saliva. Instead of spitting on your lenses, carry a small bottle of Eyeworks lens cleaner with you when you’re out and about. 

4. Protect your glasses from heat. Never leave them on hot surfaces like ovens, radiators, or in a scorching car. 

5. Handle with care. Avoid placing your glasses face-down, as this can damage the coating and lead to scratches. 

6. Remember, your glasses aren’t a hat. While it might seem convenient or stylish, wearing your glasses on your head can affect their alignment and how they sit in front of your eyes.  

7. Be mindful of chemicals. Steer clear of household detergents and beauty products like hairspray and perfume when near your glasses. They can be harmful to your lenses and coatings. 

8. Use both hands with care. When putting on or taking off your glasses, use both hands to ensure gentle handling. 

9. Protect your precious specs. Keep your glasses safe in a sturdy case, often provided by Eyeworks, to prevent accidental damage. 

10. Consider coatings for added benefitsTalk to us about anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coatings. Depending on the manufacturer, these coatings will boost comfort and enhance performance and durability for your eyewear.


Frequently Asked Questions about cleaning glasses:

How do you clean glasses without a microfiber cloth? 

If you find yourself without a specialized micro-fiber cloth, don’t worry! Here’s a simple alternative: start by washing your lenses with luke warm water and a drop of mild, lotion-free liquid soap. Afterward, gently shake off any water droplets. If you don’t have a micro-fiber cloth on hand, you can use a clean, lint-free cotton cloth to dry your lenses. There’s no need for vigorous rubbing; simply let the cloth make contact with the lens surface, and it will naturally absorb the water drops. 

How do you clean your micro-fiber eyeglass cloth?  

Maintaining a proper eyeglass cleaning cloth is essential, but replacing it frequently isn’t necessary. Here are some tips for reusing your micro-fiber eyeglass cloth: 

Shake it out: Periodically, remove dust and dirt by giving it a good shake. 

Hand wash: For a more thorough clean, hand wash the cloth in luke warm water with a few drops of bleach-free mild soap (avoiding fabric softener). Soak for a few minutes, then rinse in cold water. 

Machine wash: If needed, machine wash with bleach-free detergent (no fabric softener) and allow the cloth to air dry after washing. 

How do you clean glasses frames? 

Clean your glasses frames with water and a drop of mild liquid lotion-free soap. Blot dry with a clean microfiber cloth. Remember to protect frames by keeping them in a hard case and away from heat sources