No-fog sprays for glasses work, but can be harmful

  • Living
  • Tuesday, 26 Jan 2021

To prevent your glasses from fogging up, you need to make sure your face mask fits snugly at the upper edge and is tucked well under the glasses. — dpa

As anyone who has ever worn glasses and a face mask at the same time will know, fogged-up lenses are a constant problem. Anti-fogging solutions promise help, but consumer experts are warning that some contain harmful substances.

With fogged-up glasses now an everyday nuisance during the pandemic, more and more shops are selling these special sprays with a moisture-repellent effect supposed to prevent moisture fogging up your glasses.

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