How to remove green moss / algae on your specs / spectacles / glasses

I squeeze like 4 squirts of dishwashing detergent liquid into a bowl, fill it with water so that the green nose pads is completely submerged and just soak my specs in.

Wala! After submerging myself in other tasks, I came back and checked, to find 80% of the green moss gone!

Ok dip it in and sashay it a little in the detergent water. As you wash it in water, bubbles will be created. When the bubbles settle, you will notice that pieces of green moss (and maybe some pieces of dirt) would have fallen off and settle on the bottom of bowl.

Feeling very terrible on the computer without my specs, and too lazy to put on contact lenses.

Last check at the specs in detergent, no much improvement, so decided to take it out. I think it’s pretty good, considering 90% of the green color is gone. Also used tissue to stick in between and wipe.

After washing it in detergent, remember to dry it with a hairdryer, because humidity (made worse by actual water on the specs) is good cause of moss and algae growing.


3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by siren on July 27, 2010 at 10:28 am

    But how and why does the green moss gets there anyway? What is it caused by??

  2. Posted by JT on May 12, 2012 at 7:35 am

    it’s created from the everyday sweat and grease that settles in the nose piece

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