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2017 Eclipse Blog / FAQ

care of eclipse glasses

Ben M asked 5 months ago

I bought a pack of 30 pair of eclipse glasses, and plan on handing them out to friends and family.  They are currently packed as a stack inside a clear thin plastic sleeve.   How do I package them individually to make sure the lenses are not damaged?
Plastic? ,  Kleenex? , paper towels?  Other Ideas ?

1 Answers
Admin Staff answered 5 months ago

A plastic sleeve is best, but anything that does not cause the lenses to become scratched is fine.

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