Avoid foggy eyeglasses

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How does one counteract the condensation and fogging that occurs from both winter weather and increased mask usage? There are a few different methods. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Billions of people across the globe need eyeglasses to drive a car, read a book, watch television and perform a host of other tasks of daily life. Although glasses are highly effective, people who wear them understand they may have to make a few concessions while doing so. Unlike contact lenses, which sit directly on the eye, glasses rest on the bridge of the nose. They may slightly impede peripheral vision or slip down if not properly fitted. Those accustomed to wearing glasses in the cold weather understand fogging of the lenses is a nuisance they may be forced to confront. That nuisance became even more profound when masks became a must-have accessory to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Glasses may fog due to the formation of condensation on the lens surfac
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