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How to Care for Your Ray-Ban Sunglasses

Last updated 4 years ago

Ray-Bans are some of the most popular and stylish sunglasses on the market today—high-status celebrities adore them, students love them for their versatility, outdoor lovers swear by them, and both men and women look great wearing their universally flattering styles. If you have a great pair of Ray-Bans, you want to take care of them to ensure you can enjoy them for many years to come. Here are a few tips for caring for your sunglasses:

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Invest in a Case

Whenever you’re not wearing your glasses, make sure that they are safely stored in a case. Storing your Ray Bans properly will help prevent scratches and other damage to the lenses.

Clean Your Glasses with a Fine Cloth

Using a soft cleaning cloth, you can remove oil, grease, smudges, sunscreen, and other types of streaks from the lenses of your Ray-Bans. You can keep a fine microfiber cloth in your carrying case for easy accessibility.

Avoid Wearing Glasses on Top of Your Head

Although many people wear their glasses on top of their heads when not using them, this can stretch out the frames. This can damage the frames and make them too loose for your head. A case is always the best storage option when you are not wearing your stylish Ray-Bans.

Keep Glasses Out of Extreme Heat

Extremely hot temperatures can soften the frames and lenses of your Ray-Bans, which can change their shape. Keep your Ray-Bans away from hot temperatures by storing them in a cool, dark place when you’re not wearing them.

If you want to browse a variety of Ray-Ban sunglasses, visit EJ’s Sunglasses online. Our selection includes shades from high-end brands like Ray-Ban, Maui Jim, and Oakley. For more information on purchasing or caring for your designer sunglasses, contact our informative staff at (612) 360-2340 today!

 

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