I encounter it more with the freezing temperatures lasting for a while. But the situation comes up when I leave an air-conditioned area and walk into a humid environment, too–as much as it’s difficult to imagine warm environments right now, unless you are one of my friends like Lucent, living in Australia.
I forgot about the issue in the years I wore contacts, but quickly remembered it when I joined the ranks of the bespectacled again. I sighed internally with the recurrence.
Does anyone know how to deal with foggy eyeglasses? I can’t whip mine off my face and rub clear a portal without smudging, dirtying, or at worst scratching the lenses every time I cloud up. Besides, in the most extreme temperatures, the lenses re-fog after a wipe.
The white cane allows me to navigate foyers and sidewalks safely whilst fogged, but I hate that minute of obscurity, that patience tester.
Do you have ways to clear the fog with the efficiency of an ice scraper, but with the touch of a cashmere lining? I’m all ears.