Essential steps for taking care of your glasses when traveling

Essential steps for taking care of your glasses when traveling

Whether you have a luxury Italian villa booked, you’re counting down to a St Lucia getaway or you’re planning your next international city break with iconic monuments, locations and attractions in mind, when you’re busy jetting off across the globe, it’s important to take care of your vision and your glasses.

We’re all guilty of throwing our sunglasses into our beach bags, leaving them by the side of the pool or misplacing them on our day trips around our destination. Damaging your sunglasses whilst you’re away from home is not only frustrating, but it also means you might not be able to substitute them for a replacement that has UV protection, style and durability. Taking better care of your sunglasses or traditional eyewear while traveling means less frustration and less money wasted on poor quality replacements.

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Once you’ve chosen your perfect pair of frames, you’ll need to know how to look after them whilst you jet off across the globe. Read on our essential steps for taking care of your glasses whilst traveling.

Always use a hard case

Whether you’re packing to catch your flight, reading a book by the pool, or taking your sunglasses off as you enter a building, storing your sunglasses or traditional eyewear in a hard case will keep them safe. Placing your glasses on a surface and leaving them unattended means they could be knocked on the floor, or accidentally sat on. Throwing them in your bag can lead to scratches on the lenses and damage the frames themselves. Even if you’re in a hurry, protect your investment and always use a hard case.

Bring a spare pair

We can’t predict what’s going to happen next, especially when we’re traveling. Having a spare pair of high-quality sunglasses and back up prescription glasses will ensure you’ll always be able to see clearly and protect your eyes from UV rays. Whether your bag gets stolen, lost through your airline, or your frames are damaged beyond repair, you won’t have to cut your vacation short.

Carry a repair kit with you

If you notice that the frames are getting loose or there is a little screw that needs tightening, being able to quickly fix these issues means you can focus on enjoying your vacation without worrying about your glasses or sunglasses. Purchase a simple repair kit and keep it in your day bag, just in case.

Final thoughts…

Planning ahead and taking better care of your frames whilst you’re traveling means you’ll enjoy your break more and see clearly throughout your vacation.