CARING FOR YOUR BREAKLINES

 

Breaklines are built from extremely durable materials creating a rock solid product.To avoid any unintended harm to your sunglasses, consider these helpful tips.

4 TIPS FOR TAKING CARE OF YOUR SUNGLASSES 
1. Try to refrain from leaving your sunglasses on the dash of your vehicle. Temperatures inside a car can climb to 150 degrees on a moderately hot day. In extreme and rare cases, this may cause frames to expand, lenses to delaminate, begin to peel or bubble.
2. "On your face or in a case" is our unofficial motto for sunglasses care. Protect your sunglasses from accidental damage 
by ensuring that they are safe in a case or around your neck. This is a great way to prevent accidental drops or other whoopsies. Avoid placing them in your pocket as other items such as keys may scratch them unintentionally.
3.Preserve your sunglasses, tips for long-lasting frames. 
By using both hands to remove your sunglasses, you can maintain the integrity of the frame and keep your hinges in top shape for years to come. Additionally, folding the arms of your sunglasses with care will ensure that the hinges remain true and aligned when fully extended. Remember: two hands are better than one when it comes to caring for your shades.
4. To maintain the quality of your lenses, we advise cleaning them with fresh water and a microfiber towel. Before rinsing, take a quick look to see if there's any debris or particles attached that require special attention. Avoid using lens cleaning solutions, and only opt for mild soap and warm water if necessary. When wiping them down, always use a microfiber cleaning cloth to avoid any damage. Paper products such as napkins or cotton t-shirts should be avoided, as they can impair lens clarity over time.
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