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How to Adjust Your Glasses

How to Adjust Your Glasses

You become successful to save a lot of money by carefully selecting the right size and style of the frame from Kabeer Optics. You have received your favorite glasses. Now you are ready to put them and look into the mirror but you found them crooked.
That's totally fine to get crooked glasses. Most of the time, eyeglasses need to be adjusted. So, instead of paying 10 times more to an optician to adjust your glasses, as in the old days it was used to do, do it by yourself.
Follow these easy to understand guidelines and adjust your glasses. Guidelines To Follow:

Adjusting Your Glasses

Problem: 01

If these are sitting excessively low on your nose.


For Wire Frame Glasses:

Push the nose pad by using your thumbs and close them together until they become fit enough at your nose.

For Plastic/Acetate Glasses:

Take a hair dryer and run it for 30 seconds over the parts of the frame that you want to bend. 

Problem: 02

They are squeezing your nose.


For Wire Frame Glasses:

Use your thumbs extend the nose pads out until they become comfortable enough.

For Plastic/Acetate Glasses:

Again, use a hair dryer and run it about 30 seconds over the glasses until they become flexible.

Problem: 03

One lens is higher than the other.

The right lens is lower than the left lens

Bend the right temple arm down at the hinge where it becomes balanced with the left one.

The left lens is lower than the right lens

Bend the left temple arm downwards at the hinge, where it becomes balanced with the right one.


Problem: 04

The lens of one eye is closer as compared to the other one.

IF LENS OF LEFT EYE IS CLOSER IN:

Through bending left temple arm at the hinge, you can fix this issue.

IF LENS OF RIGHT EYE IS CLOSER IN:

Through bending right temple arm at the hinge, you can fix this issue.

While your glasses are strong, be careful not to apply excessive force.