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This Lens Spray Prevents Foggy Glasses

An instuction guide lens cloth, glasses case, and a lens spray sit arranged on a white background.
Warby Parker

You might have heard of glasses brand Warby Parker thanks to its subscription try-on box, but the brand is now introducing an anti-fog lens spray that you’ll also want to get your hands on.

Mask usage has made wearing glasses, well, a challenge. Breath from inside your mask can move up through the top opening of your face covering causing hot air to collection behind your lens and fog them up. Sometimes, it can feel next to impossible to keep your glasses on without feeling like you’re walking through actual fog. That’s where Warby Parker’s lens spray comes in.

According to the brand, the spray contains a solution that absorbs the moisture droplets, preventing the fogging effect. In a video, you can see a man spray the solution onto the inside and outside of a pair of glasses, clean with a cloth, and applying them again while wearing a mask. Almost like magic, there’s no fog.

The spray is currently available in a kit on the Warby Parker website for just $15. In it, you’ll get the spray (duh) as well as a lens cloth and glasses holder. If you want to make sure your mask doesn’t interfere with your glasses, this lens spray may be the trick.

[Via Prevention]

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