Can you make eyeglass cleaner yourself?
Can you make eyeglass cleaner yourself? An important question for people who wear glasses
Many eyeglass wearers are looking for inexpensive or environmentally friendly alternatives to eyeglass cleaners and are wondering if it is possible to make an effective cleaner yourself. In this blog post, we will shed light on the question: can you make eyeglass cleaner yourself? We take a look at possible DIY solutions and explain why caution is needed when it comes to homemade eyeglass cleaning products.
The challenge of making eyeglass cleaners at home
Technically, it's possible to make a homemade eyeglass cleaner by mixing water with a mild detergent. However, caution is advised as many commercial cleaning products are designed for general household use and may contain potentially harmful ingredients. However, for eyeglass lenses, nose pads and coatings, these ingredients can cause permanent damage.
The risks of homemade eyeglass cleaners
Most commercially available detergents contain aggressive, alcoholic or acidic ingredients that can be dangerous for eyeglass lenses. Without specialist knowledge it is difficult to recognize whether a cleaning agent contains such ingredients or not. For this reason, it is not recommended to make eyeglass cleaner yourself to avoid unwanted damage.
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