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How to Care for Transition Lenses

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author image Brynne Chandler
Emmy-award nominated screenwriter Brynne Chandler is a single mother of three who divides her time between professional research and varied cooking, fitness and home & gardening enterprises. A running enthusiast who regularly participates in San Francisco's Bay to Breakers run, Chandler works as an independent caterer, preparing healthy, nutritious meals for Phoenix area residents.
How to Care for Transition Lenses
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Photochromic eyeglass lenses darken when you wear them outdoors, removing the need for sunglasses or clip-ons. Color-changing lenses are available from many companies, though the technology behind the most popular brands is owned by Transitions Optical, Inc., according to Gary Heiting, O.D., in his article on the website All About Vision. Cleaning transition lenses, whether they are made by Transitions Optical, Inc. or are generic photochromic lenses made by another manufacturer, requires a little extra care.

Step 1

How to Care for Transition Lenses
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Wet your transitions lense by running them a gentle stream of lukewarm water from the faucet to rinse away any dust. Gently shake the water off.

Step 2

How to Care for Transition Lenses
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Blot your lenses dry with an optical lens cloth. Do not wipe or rub the lenses because this can scratch them.

Step 3

How to Care for Transition Lenses
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Apply a dot of mild dish soap to your fingertips. Wet your lenses, and clean them gently with your soapy fingertips to remove oils, fingerprints and anything else that might not just rinse off. Rinse away the soap and blot the lenses dry.

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