How To Take Care Of Your Glasses

When you choose a new pair of glasses, you take your time searching for just the right frame in just the right color or pattern. Your glasses say a lot about you, so you take care to invest time and energy in the selection process, ensuring that your choice perfectly expresses who you are. 

The care and maintenance of your glasses also tell your story. If your glasses are well-maintained, people will automatically know that you are financially responsible and that you care about your personal appearance and health. When they are not properly cared for, well…the story is much different. Here are some great tips to help you take the best care of your eyeglasses.

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Here at Classic Vision Care, our name says it all. Call us or visit us online to schedule an appointment or for more tips on eyeglass care.

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