Lens Care

ALL Chutts sunglasses are built with supreme anti-glare properties. All below points relate to ALL styles but please pay particular attention if you have POLARISED lenses.

Polarisation is a coating that reduces glare filtering through the lens. There are a few steps you need to take to extend the life of your lenses and reduce the chances of delamination of this coating over time. 

Follow the simple suggestions below to help your Chutts sunglasses live longer:

Don't leave them in the car.

If left in extreme heat, the polarised coating on the lens can delaminate. Dashboards are a major culprit.

When you're not wearing your frames, pop them back into their cushioned case and protect them from extreme temperatures.

AVOID Salt & Chlorinated Water.

We know you want to wear your Chutts frames at the beach but please be mindful of contact with salt water. As the water dries, salt crystals remain on the lenses which can scratch them and degrade blue light, light-reactive and anti-glare coatings.

If they come into contact with salt or chlorinated water, rinse with clean, fresh water and dry with a microfibre cloth.

Give your glasses a regular clean!

Throughout the day, you may notice that your lenses have built up fingerprints, grime or the oils from your hair. Use your microfibre cloth in circular motions over the lenses.

Using your t-shirt or sleeve might feel like the easiest and fastest way to dry or clean them but this could cause scratches on the lenses due to small dust particles, sand or debris in the fabric.

If worn often, it is a good idea to get into the habit of rinsing your lenses with fresh water and using your microfibre cloth to dry. 

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