Clean your frame and lenses frequently. Mild soap and water are the best, paired with soft cotton or microfiber cloth.
How should I store my glasses when I'm not wearing them?
When not on your face, store glasses in their case.
Keep your glasses aligned by wearing them only on your nose (versus in your hair, on your shirt). And remember, it takes two… remove with both hands when taking eyeglasses off to avoid warping the frame.
How to Achieve a Precise Fit
Will my glasses need to be adjusted to fit me?
As with any day-to-day wear item, small adjustments will need to be made to ensure the proper fit and comfort of your Befitting frames. Our optical experts have prepared these recommendations for adjustments you can make at home. You’ve got this!
Are the nose pads pinching your nose?
If your nose pads are causing your specs to sit too high or feel too tight on your nose, there is a simple fix.
Holding the eyeglasses firmly in one hand, open the nose pads by gently pressing the pad side of your thumb towards the lens. Go slowly to avoid dramatically changing the angle of the nose pad. Do this in small increments while keeping the angle of the nose pads intact.
Do the nose pads feel too loose?
If the nose pads on your frames are too wide and are making the glasses sit too low on your face, we’ve got an easy solution you can tackle yourself.
While holding the glasses in one hand, gently pinch and press the nose pads from the backside with your forefinger away from the lens. Make sure to go slow and avoid dramatically changing the angle of the nose pad.
Can I adjust the temples (the arms) of my glasses?
Whether your glasses are feeling too loose or too tight, temple adjustments are relatively simple and you’ll be wearing your frames with comfort and ease in no time. Your new frames should be fairly pliable, but you can run the area you are attempting to reshape under hot tap water to warm it up. Never use boiled water or a hairdryer as you could permanently damage your frames. As you adjust your Befitting specs, be sure to use gentle and steady pressure, you’ll need to carefully brace the area you are reshaping to create resistance.
What do I do if my glasses don't feel secure on my face?
If your glasses are slipping or loose, a simple tightening adjustment to the temples will likely fix the problem.
Again, go slowly as you do these adjustments and try wearing the frames after each adjustment to ensure the perfect fit. To tighten the temple for a more secure fit you’ll need to either increase the inward angle of the temple ends or increase the downward angle of the temple ends. While holding the main part of the frame in one hand, gently pinch the temple ends with your other hand to pull them downward or inward depending on the adjustment needed.
What if my glasses feel tight over my ears?
If your glasses are too tight at the temple or hurting behind your ear or your ear itself, you’ll need to make a small adjustment to your temples to resolve this problem.
To loosen the temple for a more comfortable fit you’ll need to either decrease the inward angle of the temple ends or decrease the downward angle of the temple ends. While holding the main part of the frame in one hand, gently pinch the temple ends with your other hand to pull them upwards or upwards depending on the adjustment needed.
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