• WSJ articles I like 24.05.2020

    PSA from DFW Enterprises:

    Everybody who wears glasses knows the problem: They fog up when you’re also wearing a mask. That’s not only an inconvenience, but it can also be a safety hazard.

    Here is a simple way to clear things up by absorbing the fog-inducing moisture from your breath.

    Fold a tissue
    Fold a tissue or napkin lengthwise at about one-inch intervals. Five or six folds should do.

    Line the mask
    Use the tissue to line the back of the mask along the top edge. Hold the tissue in place with your thumb and forefinger.

    Put on the mask
    Anchor the bottom of the mask on your chin, then pull the top up beneath your eyes with the tissue in place. Try not to touch your face while putting the mask on. Pull the straps over the back of your ears, and adjust the mask to make sure it fits snugly.

    Try it out
    Put on your glasses and test out the anti-fog effectiveness of the tissue strip. Some adjusting of the nose guard might be necessary. Another solution is to wash your glasses before applying a mask. Do this with soap and water to create a surfactant film on the lenses, which will resist moisture.

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    Posted by giKYDm6yHg @ 10:47 am for WSJ articles I like |

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