Peeps

Carbon Eyeglass Cleaner

Keep Lenses Clear

Get your glasses cleaner than cloths and sprays with this carbon eyeglass cleaner.

Peeps uses invisible carbon particles to repel dirt and leave your lenses crystal clear. It’s actually the same technology used by NASA to clean aboard the Space Station, because carbon helps repel dirt.

First, use the natural bristle brush to
dust off any bigger particles. Then clean off oils with the two facing carbon pads—they sandwich each lens and clean it on both sides. The shape is designed to reach even dirt that builds up in nooks and crannies.

The pads are self-cleaning, too. While in the case, the friction between the pads causes the carbon molecules to shift, creating a fresh cleaning surface each time.

Slip Peeps into your pocket and carry a high-tech cleaning station wherever you go.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Daniel
    Daniel

    Hi! We're happy to be launching our Peeps on The Grommet today. There's a fair bit of technology in our eyeglass cleaner, and I'm looking forward to telling you more about it.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 9:48 AM

    Glasses have been cleaned off with shirts and cloths for decades, why jump all the way to NASA grade technology?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 10:44 AM

    @Mike

    Great question Mike. The answer is primarily based on lens care and safety. What we know about Peeps, which is why the technology is so effective on the International Space Station, is because it is the safest cleaning technology for the lenses, period. Our technology never expires, it isn't affected by heat, cold or humidity and it will recharge and clean hundreds of times per Peeps. The cleaning technology out there will damage your lenses.

    Imagine if you will a pair of glasses with dust on in. If you use a cloth to clean the lenses, you have very likely just ground those dust particles into your lenses as you were trying to clean them. Remember, dust is an abrasive on lenses. If you use a spray, those same particles are simply floating in the liquid on your lens, then you have to use a cloth to then grind the particles into the lens. It's the same with an individual wipe.

    Over time you will wind up with crazy amounts of micro scratches on your lenses and your lens coatings.

  • James
    James
    9/1/2016 11:23 AM

    @Daniel Couple of questions. 1) when you talk about the unit recharging, does this mean there is a battery involved? 2) When you say 'clean hundreds of times per Peeps, does this mean it A) stops cleaning? and if so B) how will I know when it reaches that point?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 1:04 PM

    @James

    Hi James. Great question. no batteries required! This is an electronic friction reaction at the molecular level that recharges the cleaning pads. Molecules require friction to recharge, so we have pads with our molecular formula in the recharging station that provide that friction. This moves the head of the molecule, revealing a new cleaning surface.

    As far as how you will know when it's done, it will simply no longer clean the lens. It will just spread the oils around, as the molecules are completely saturated and no longer have any remaining surface area. Thanks for the question.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 9:50 AM

    The design is an integral part of the functionality, was that always the case in development?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 10:14 AM

    @Mike Our design has always been a very integral part of the technology. First, with Peeps being the safest lens cleaners available that means having our non-abrasive brush available to remove dust Even dust is abrasive and can scratch your lenses. Next we had to create a way for the molecular formula in our cleaning pads to recharge instantly, after replacing in the recharging station. So yes, our design plays a very important role.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 9:50 AM

    What's been the feedback from Peeps peeps?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 10:17 AM

    @Mike

    Our Peeps launch has been one of the most amazing products I've ever had a chance to introduce. People love the design, love the way it cleans, the colors and how easy and effective it is.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 9:51 AM

    Also, how rude of me, Daniel, why don't you introduce yourself?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 10:08 AM

    Hello Everyone! I'm so excited to be here with you today as The Grommet launches our Peeps Lens Cleaners. I'm looking forward to getting your questions and hearing your thoughts.

  • Julie
    Julie
    9/1/2016 11:14 AM

    @Daniel I already have Peeps Lens Cleaners and just want to give a shout out about them. They truly do a wonderful job of cleaning lenses without leaving streaks behind. I'm a fan!

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:22 AM

    @Julie

    Thanks so much for that Julie! I really appreciate it very much, and nothing makes me happier to hear.

  • Jeannine
    Jeannine
    9/1/2016 11:02 AM

    Daniel, I read all of your material and have a question. I get what you're saying about conventional cleaners grinding dust and crud into your lenses. Which makes me think Peeps would be best with a brand new pair of glasses. I've been grinding dust and grit into my lenses for a while now. Can Peeps work as well on old lenses? Thanks.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:17 AM

    @Jeannine

    Hi Jeannine. When you get a new pair of lenses, make sure you have a Peeps to start off with, but Peeps is also the direction that you should take now to ensure your lenses don't get any worse. I totally understand where you're coming from. But at the worst, Peeps will help you to see clearer now and at least keep more scratches from coming n and making it harder for you to see out of your lenses.

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    9/1/2016 11:16 AM

    I would purchase if it were made in USA. I can appreciate the advantage of having one easy to use portable tool for glasses. it's a shame it wasn't made in America. China doesn't have the same quality standards you would fine in USA. Best of luck to you.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:20 AM

    @Sandra

    Hi Sandra. I can understand your perspective, and know that we are working on that for the future. Also please note that we have one of the best, most quality controlled factories available and ensure that everything we make is of the best quality possible. In fact we have had less than a 0.000.1% return rate.

  • Cathy
    Cathy
    9/1/2016 11:58 AM

    @Daniel

    I agree with Sandra about the USA. Although I will purchase hoping you are truly working on it. I can't wait to give one to my husband, although the real test will be my sister-in-law, her job is making eye glasses AND she wears them too!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 2:03 PM

    We look forward to hearing her review, Cathy!

  • Karen
    Karen
    9/1/2016 11:19 AM

    Love the idea! How long will it work? Washing glasses daily for a year is already hundreds of uses.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:34 AM

    @Karen

    Hi Karen, thanks for the question. Your Peeps will clean approximately 500 times, but never expires. We always say, if you lose it and ten years later you find it you can pick up right where you left off. Hope that answers your question.

  • Lazette
    Lazette
    9/1/2016 12:27 PM

    @Daniel You say they never expire but you also say they are good for 500 times. What do you mean?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 12:33 PM

    @Lazette

    Hi Lazette, great question. So, the technology itself never expires. Meaning if it takes you 50 years to clean your lenses the 500 times, then it would still work just fine. However, you do have a certain number of cleanings that the technology provides for (500). Does that make sense?

  • Mairead
    Mairead
    9/1/2016 11:22 AM

    Hi, I'm curious to know if your product can help with defogging my glasses as that seems to be where I have the most problem. If not can you recommend anything else?

    Thanks, M.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:36 AM

    @Mairead

    Hi M, unfortunately no, Peeps won't help will defogging. However, if you check in with TheGrommet there may be another product that will work for you that they have available or coming soon. Thanks for the question.

  • Susan
    Susan
    9/1/2016 11:32 AM

    If it works as well as you say, please make this type of cleaner for car windows, house windows, mirrors...so tired of cleaning and cleaning and having streaks and not-really-clean windows

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:37 AM

    @Susan

    Hi Susan, thanks for the response. We are blessed to have many uses for our technology and some of those may be available in the future. I totally understand where you are coming from. Keep looking out for us.

  • Guest
    Guest
    9/1/2016 1:43 PM

    @Susan Try Spiff cloths!! google it.

  • Jean
    Jean
    9/1/2016 11:33 AM

    How long does this last? Forever?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:39 AM

    @Jean

    Hi Jean, Yes, your Peeps will never expire, though there are a certain number (500) of uses/cleanings per device. Thanks for the question.

  • Guest
    Guest
    9/1/2016 11:36 AM

    I would like to purchase 2 however I am not getting the price of $13.95ea. for buying 2.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:44 AM

    @Guest

    I would check with The Grommet help team if I were you so they can get that resolved asap. Thanks, I'll send a message to them on my end as well for you.

  • Liliana
    Liliana
    9/1/2016 11:36 AM

    i would like a carbon cleaner for my camera lens... Is such a product available from your company?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:45 AM

    @Liliana

    Actually cameras are where we started at with our technology in space. If you submit a request to The Grommet they may be able to help you with your request. Thanks for the question.

  • Christine
    Christine
    9/1/2016 11:42 AM

    This sounds wonderful as I wear my glasses 24/7 and can't get Lasik or wear contacts and am constantly cleaning my lenses!! After the 500 uses, do you buy replace pads or a new device?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:48 AM

    @Christine

    Hi Christine. I'm right there with you as I wear mine nearly all the time as well, and nothing is worse than dirty lenses. Eventually, when your Peeps stops working, it's just telling you that its time to replace the unit. Thanks for the question.

  • Joni
    Joni
    9/1/2016 11:44 AM

    What about non-glare coating. Will Peeps damage it?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 12:00 PM

    It will not, Joni!

  • Marc
    Marc
    9/1/2016 11:46 AM

    I have a dog, and he often leaves nose prints and tongue slime on my glasses while being affectionate. How does peeps handle heavy duty soiling because tongue slime normally is not an easy cleaning evolution.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:52 AM

    @Marc

    Hi Marc, great question. I too have dogs and have had to deal with the slime and nose prints that come along with it. Much like when you have small children who wear glasses and you have no idea what they have on their lenses when its time to clean.

    What I recommend, and do myself is in these cases where you have gook on your lenses: just run them under the faucet, clean with water and pat dry. Then clean them with your Peeps. That is the easiest way to keep your lenses clean. -Thanks for the question.

  • Susan
    Susan
    9/1/2016 11:48 AM

    My husband has a anti glare coating as well as transition lenses. Will the peeps damage that?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 11:55 AM

    @Susan

    Hi Susan. Great question. No, Peeps is the safest and most effective cleaner for a lens, with any type of lens coating. It is the only cleaner that will not damage an anti-reflective coating, or any coating/transition in the lenses. -Thanks for the question.

  • George
    George
    9/1/2016 11:52 AM

    I am ordering one, but I am curious about something. When I currently use a clean, cotton cloth to clean my eyeglasses, I find that I must move the cloth around as I do so because the dirt and oils soil the cloth and don't clean as well. So my question is: What happens to the dirt and oils after cleaning lenses with Peeps? Do they clog or soil the Peeps while in use?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 12:00 PM

    @George

    Hi George, thanks for the great question. This is actually one of the most common and fun questions to answer. I always say, our cleaning technology is the closest thing to magic you'll ever see that really works. When you use the pads to clean, the oils are actually sitting on the heads of the molecules of the formula embedded into the pads. When you replace the pads back into the recharging station the molecules shift just slightly, which creates an entirely new cleaning surface. When the Peeps is full, you will know because the molecules simply have no more edges or surface area to hold oils, etc. -Great question, thanks.

  • victoria
    victoria
    9/1/2016 11:58 AM

    Hi! Are these recyclable when they no longer work? Also, are they safe to use for our health? IE not considered toxic, carcinogen, endocrine disrupter, etc? Is there more product information available? IE MSDS sheet? Thanks!

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 12:05 PM

    @victoria

    Hi Victoria. Thanks for the question. Every state, and in fact many cities have various requirements for recycling, but in most areas I would imagine them to be. There is nothing harmful, toxic or dangerous at all in our products, and they are an all green technology. Carbon, the molecule we work with is as natural as can be. If you contact The Grommet help, they should be able to provide more info.

  • Zack
    Zack – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 12:01 PM

    I was one of the internal testers for Peeps, and I can unequivocally say they are the best glasses cleaners I have ever used. I'm constantly taking my glasses off and putting them back on as I work at my desk or walk around the office. My glasses get dirty frequently and need to be cleaned several times a day. Microfiber clothes have NOTHING on Peeps. It's my favorite Grommet, hands down worth every penny.

  • jpaul
    jpaul
    9/1/2016 12:01 PM

    It's tough but I'm trying to buy American made products only.

    I would pay more for American made but I'll bet if you did the research you'd find that its marginal at best. Trust me there are plenty of American assemblers that would be happy to take on this product line.

    Try Shinola in Detroit for instance.

    As intriguing as this product is, I'll wait for it to be American made.

    When?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 12:12 PM

    @jpaul

    I can completely understand your position, and respect it. While we're working in that direction, at this time I don't have any idea as to when. Thanks for the comment.

  • David
    David
    9/1/2016 12:19 PM

    What about wrap arounds like Oakley? The lenses are curved. Will Peeps work on curved lenses?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 12:24 PM

    @David

    Hi David, they sure will. The pads should have no problem cleaning them at all. I've actually done a few live demonstrations for Oakley reps themselves with the curved lens sunglasses. Thanks for the question.

  • Pam
    Pam
    9/1/2016 12:24 PM

    It looks like several people have asked how we'll know when our Peeps have stopped working. You keep saying they will clean approximately 500 times, but I'm not keeping track of how many times I've cleaned my glasses with it. So how will we know when it's reached the end of it's lifespan?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 12:30 PM

    @Pam

    Hi Pam, great question. When the molecules in the cleaning pads eventually become saturated it simply will no longer clean. You will likely that the oils just don't go anywhere. That's when you know its time to get another Peeps.

  • Laura
    Laura
    9/1/2016 12:49 PM

    I did not see a response to James' question regarding recharging. Does it require batteries

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 1:06 PM

    @Laura

    Sorry, Laura. I just replied to James. No, it doesn't take batteries. It recharges itself on the molecular level. If you look at the reply I gave him you should be able to understand how this all works. It's a pretty amazing technology and I'm like a proud father.

  • Linda
    Linda
    9/1/2016 12:54 PM

    This product seems ideal for use with my fingers damaged from rheumatoid arthritis. I also have limited hand strength. How much pressure do you need to put on the device so that it cleans well?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 1:15 PM

    @Linda

    Hi Linda, it sounds like Peeps would work very well for you. It only take gentle pressure to work, so you should be just fine using it.

  • Linda
    Linda
    9/1/2016 3:46 PM

    @Daniel thank you!

  • Lucinda
    Lucinda
    9/1/2016 12:54 PM

    Does this work with traditional lined bi-focals and tri-focals?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 1:16 PM

    @Lucinda

    It sure does. Peeps will clean every type of high quality lens out there, and will do it better and safer then anyone else.

  • steve
    steve
    9/1/2016 12:59 PM

    Daniel, I was wondering, if a person cleans their glasses even 3x a day, and these last approx 500 cleanings, the peeps would need to be replaced every 166 days, or abour twice a year. Am I getting the math right here? Also, I never saw a reply to one of the first commenters', James, questions: Is there a battery involved? Thank you for your attention to these questions.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 1:20 PM

    @steve

    Hi Steve, yes, your math is accurate. These units last quite a while. The interesting thing to note though is that most people with their Peeps tend to clean their lenses much more often than they ever have before. As far as a battery goes, if you look at my response to James question, no there is no battery. Thanks for the questions.

  • steve
    steve
    9/1/2016 1:10 PM

    Daniel, as a followup to my earlier question re:batteries, I just watched your video and heard mention of your support for the sister company that provides your battery. And that is all there was, just a mention. Can you expound on this question, such as; If there is a battery, is it rechargeable? Can it be replaced? What is the composition of it? Is it also made in China?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 1:15 PM

    Hi Steve, there is no battery involved with Peeps. The recharging refers to the carbon wiping itself clean after you put them back into the case.

  • Guest
    Guest
    9/1/2016 1:39 PM

    How do I order two but different colors?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 1:51 PM

    Hi, order one of one color, click back and then choose another.

  • Andy
    Andy
    9/1/2016 1:45 PM

    Daniel

    I always clean my glasses with water first to wash off the crud before I let any cloth touch them. Is this necessary with your product? If not, please explain how I can let something touch my lens without dragging pieces of dirt across my lens?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 2:00 PM

    @Andy

    Hi Andy, thanks for the question. I know that some people sweat profusely, or work in fields where gook can build up badly. I can tell you that we have farmers out on tractors, construction workers, welders, etc who use Peeps regularly and I haven't heard of anyone needing to wash their lenses first. However, you know your glasses better than me. If they are that bad, it might be wise to run water over them, pat them dry and then clean with your Peeps. - Thanks for the questions.

  • ADRIENNE
    ADRIENNE
    9/1/2016 2:21 PM

    I just checked out at Amazon.com. This person is NOT at all happy with your product and has photos to prove it!

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 2:37 PM

    @ADRIENNE

    Hi Adrienne, we've already had interactions with this individual. Their issues turned out to be makeup related, and their unit was replaced. We can clean a great deal of oil, but makeup can damage the cleaning pads. We've also had a customer mistakingly use a liquid spray in conjunction with our cleaners. Which damaged the molecules, and we happily sent them a replacement pad. thanks for the question.

  • Gretchen
    Gretchen
    9/1/2016 2:28 PM

    Does this completely get rid of the "swirls" left by grease from eyebrows/face?

    And where does all the dirt and grime go when Peeps are "recharging"?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 2:41 PM

    @Gretchen

    Hi Gretchen. Thank you so much for your questions. Yes, this will get rid of the oil swirls you've seen in the past. Interestingly the oils are actually in the same cleaning pads, but they are on a minuscule portion of the molecules in the pad. When you replace the cleaning pads back into the recharging station the oiled portion of the molecule moves just slightly based on a friction reaction and creates an entirely new cleaning surface. - thanks for the questions.

  • Priscilla
    Priscilla
    9/1/2016 2:30 PM

    I've never been on this site before, my friend Zack shared it on Facebook; but I created an account just to say how impressed I am with this Launch Conversation - you answer everyone's questions with such ease, intellect and class. As a glasses wearer myself, I will definitely invest in some Peeps just because of your well-thought out responses and what seems like a very cool piece of technology. Keep it up.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 2:43 PM

    @Priscilla

    Hi Priscilla, you are way to kind. Thank you so much for that, you just made my day! I hope you thoroughly enjoy your Peeps, and keep your eyes out for other great products we have in the future. - thanks again!

  • Robin
    Robin
    9/1/2016 2:47 PM

    My glasses always seem to have smears on them. I'm cleaning them **constantly**. Will peeps get rids of the smudges and help keep them smudge free?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 3:03 PM

    @Robin

    Hi Robin, thanks for the question. Yes, Peeps will do an amazing job at keeping your lenses clean for you. I hate smudges as well, and constantly clean my lenses, so I totally understand.- thanks.

  • Robin
    Robin
    9/1/2016 3:25 PM

    @Daniel

    I just ordered two pairs - one for home and one for work!

  • Theresa
    Theresa
    9/1/2016 2:53 PM

    My lenses are not glass but plastic...will this work on plastic too?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 3:06 PM

    @Theresa

    Hi Theresa. That is a great question. In the U.S., I believe all lenses are plastic or what is referred to as poly carbonate. Our cleaning technology can clean any high quality optical lens available. So yes, you can be confident in your Peeps purchase for sure.-thanks for the question.

  • Kate
    Kate
    9/1/2016 3:10 PM

    This sounds great. I plan to order several to use as gifts, as well as for myself. I think any glass wearer would be glad to receive it. My reading glasses are a prime example of scratched or dull lenses. Thanks for this wonderful product.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 3:16 PM

    @Kate

    Thank you for your wonderful comments, and I'm confident you'll love your Peeps. They are an absolutely fantastic gift idea as well, so great choice. The good news with your readers is at least you won't have to worry about more scratches on the lenses. Thank you so much for your kindness.

  • Ken
    Ken
    9/1/2016 3:31 PM

    Does this work on plastic lenses

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 3:35 PM

    You betcha, Ken!

  • Martie
    Martie
    9/1/2016 3:31 PM

    Rather than buying 2 units, is it possible to just buy replacement pads?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 3:45 PM

    @Martie

    Hi Martie, we do not offer replacement pads for our Peeps lens cleaners at this time. It has just been something much more challenging, based on the size, ability of the pads to clean, etc. Thanks so much for the question, and I hope you thoroughly enjoy your Peeps.

  • Catherine
    Catherine
    9/1/2016 4:28 PM

    Will Peeps work on the lenses of the "reader" glasses that you can buy at the drugstore?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 5:27 PM

    @Catherine

    Hi Catherine. Yes, they typically work just fine. Some of the really inexpensive ones have such bad plastic lenses though that it doesn't. I would say in most cases you're safe.

    Thanks for the question.

  • Ray
    Ray
    9/1/2016 5:05 PM

    Hello Daniel does this product work on all sunglasses polarized lens and coated lens or colored lens?

    Thanks, Bud

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 5:30 PM

    @Ray

    Hi Ray, it sure does! The only issues we have ever seen were with the really badly made lenses on very few readers, that are so porous that cannot be cleaned well with anything. You'll love them for your shades, I guarantee it!

  • Greg
    Greg
    9/1/2016 5:19 PM

    I have a pair of Oakley sunglasses with Iridium lenses and wondered if they would scratch using peeps?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 5:31 PM

    @Greg

    Hi Greg, that was my last pair of sunglasses. Peeps does a fabulous job, and even Oakley itself is in love with us. Thanks for the question.

  • Donna
    Donna
    9/1/2016 5:40 PM

    @Daniel What about colors? You mention it, but I only see black on Grommet.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 5:42 PM

    Hi Donna, we had a few colors sell out, but you should still be able to order them. The shipping may be slightly delayed while we get more inventory.

  • Mike
    Mike
    9/1/2016 6:00 PM

    I am wondering if Peeps will take hair spray off lenses? I usually have to use alcohol to get the hai8r spray off and was wondering if the Peeps would do it without the alcohol.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    9/1/2016 6:15 PM

    Hi Mike, it is intended to remove grease and I would guess hair spray falls into that category.

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    9/1/2016 6:17 PM

    @Mike

    Hi Mike, unfortunately Peeps isn't designed for that, and I'm sure it would damage the pads. However, if you simply run the lenses under water and rinse the hair spray off, and pat dry the lenses you should be fine to use a Peeps to clean. Just don't directly try to clean the lenses with the hair spray on them. Thanks for the question.

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