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Most fishing sunglasses are lost or damaged due to carelessness, but with a few simple precautions, your shades can easily last season after season.
Most fishing sunglasses are lost or damaged due to carelessness, but with a few simple precautions, your shades can easily last season after season.

Clean

Blow away loose particles before cleaning lenses with an optical lens cloth or soft cotton cloth—never use paper or your shirttail. For greasy spots, wet the lenses with glass cleaner or diluted dish soap, then wipe clean.

Care

Never place sunglasses with the lenses face down or in a pocket with objects that can scratch the lenses, such as keys or loose change. Consider using a neck strap to avoid dropping your glasses in the water or leaving them where they can get broken. And always store your shades in a case when you’re not using them.

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