How do I remove a foggy residue on my glasses?

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  • Diane Coverdale Diane Coverdale on Mar 29, 2019

    Take it back to the optomistrist where you bought them. Suggesting a solution to clean them may harm any special films on the lenses.

  • Tere Tere on Mar 29, 2019

    I mix 3 parts alcohol with 1 part water & put it into a spray bottle. Just spray it on your lenses and rub clean with a dry cloth. If this doesn't remove it, ask your eye doctors staff what they use or recommend. Good luck!


  • DesertRose DesertRose on Mar 29, 2019

    1) For eye glasses: soap and water is the best or even windex, my husband uses the sprays for cleaning computer surfaces. 2) Fog on drinking glasses? We use LemiShine in the dishwasher with our regular dish soap. It can be found where dishwasher soap is found in large or small containers. I tried the small one and liked it so well I always buy the larger one now. It is a Walmart product.

  • Ann Ann on Mar 29, 2019

    Windex

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Mar 29, 2019

    Eye Glasses?are they glass--use straight rubbing alcohol & microfiber cloths(no fabric softener on it) or (plastic)zylonite, acetate and cellulose acetate---use dawn dish soap & microfiber cloths(no fabric softener on it) ? or are you talking about glasses as in your dishes?have you put them in diswasher? they could be permanently scratched from dish detergent try straight vinegar in tub let them soak 5 minutes or so see if it removes film rinse hot water then dry well

  • Pamela Pamela on Apr 02, 2019

    Try white vinegar, it might work ?

  • Twinkles Twinkles on Apr 02, 2019

    I clean mine with a magic eraser and blue dawn. Works every time. I think my haze is probably from our well water.

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