Every spectacle wearer knows how annoying it is when your lenses fog up, e.g. when you wear a face-mask, or when you come in from the cold and enter a heated room. The assortment of lens cleaning products from ZEISS now includes a new, unique care spray. ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes spray is an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution that does not let your lenses fog up for up to 72 hours.
Just a few squeezes of the spray suffice to protect the lens against fogging. "ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes spray leaves a thin film on the lenses which ensures that the contact angle of the water droplet is 0° and that the lens therefore no longer fogs," Zehender explains. The cleaning cloth provided ensures that the protective effect is applied quickly and gently. "To ensure an optimal foundation for the ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes spray, we recommend preliminary cleaning with ZEISS lens wipes – this makes sure the lenses are clean and optimally prepared for the subsequent treatment."
The set comprising the care spray and high-quality cleaning cloth is the perfect addition to the line of ZEISS lens care products and is available from ZEISS eye care professionals.
How to Use
In order to ensure that ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes works optimally, the lenses should first be cleaned with a special ZEISS lens cleaning wipe. Moisten the cloth by pressing once or twice on the ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes spray and spread generously on both sides of lens until the surface is completely dry.
ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes spray leaves behind a thin film – comparable with a temporary additional coating – on the lenses. This ensures that fine, condensed water droplets cannot adhere to the lens surface. Thanks to the cloth, this process is quick, gentle and does not damage the lens coating. If the lenses need to be cleaned again – no more than 72 hours later – it is recommended that you repeat this lens care process using ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes to ensure optimum protection against fogged-up lenses.
This product can be used without any problem with coated snow goggles, sunglasses, helmet visors, ski, swimming and diving goggles as well as with lenses for computer glasses, protective eyewear and camera lenses.