Skiing is a great way to get exercise and enjoy the winter weather. However, all that fun can take a toll on your ski bri. After a day on the slopes, your ski bri will be covered in sweat, dirt, and grime. If you don’t clean your ski bri properly, it can become scratched, fogged up, and even develop mold.
Here are some tips on how to clean your ski bri after a day on the slopes:
1. Remove the lens.
Most ski bris have lenses that can be removed. This will make it easier to clean both the lens and the frame. To remove the lens, consult your ski bri’s manual for specific instructions. Generally, you will need to locate the release levers or buttons on the sides of the frame. Once you have found them, press them in and gently pull the lens out of the frame.
2. Rinse the lens with clean water.
Hold the lens under a stream of clean, warm water. Do not use hot water, as this can damage the lens.
3. Apply a mild soap.
Put a small amount of mild soap on your fingers and rub it gently onto the lens. Avoid using harsh soaps or detergents, as these can scratch the lens.
4. Rinse the soap off the lens.
Hold the lens under a stream of clean water to rinse off the soap.
5. Dry the lens with a clean, microfiber cloth.
Do not use a paper towel or tissue, as these can scratch the lens.
6. Clean the frame.
Wipe down the frame of your ski bri with a clean, damp cloth. You can use a mild soap and water solution if necessary.
7. Dry the frame.
Dry the frame of your ski bri with a clean, dry cloth.
8. Reinstall the lens.
Once the lens and frame are dry, you can reinstall the lens. Consult your ski bri’s manual for specific instructions. Generally, you will need to line up the lens with the frame and then push it into place until it clicks.
9. Store your ski bri in a cool, dry place.
Do not store your ski bri in a hot or humid place, as this can damage the lens and frame.
Here are some additional tips for cleaning your ski bri:
- Use a lens cleaner specifically designed for ski bris.
- Do not use alcohol or other harsh chemicals to clean your ski bri.
- Do not use a hairdryer to dry your ski bri.
- Do not scratch the lens of your ski bri.
- If your ski bri is scratched, you can try to buff it out with a scratch-resistant polishing compound.
- If your ski bri is fogged up, you can try to defog it with a defogging spray.
- If your ski bri is still fogged up after trying a defogging spray, you can try to clear the fog by gently blowing on the lens.
- If your ski bri is still fogged up after trying a defogging spray and gently blowing on the lens, you may need to replace the lens.
By following these tips, you can keep your ski bri clean and fog-free all season long.
- If you wear glasses, you may want to consider purchasing a pair of ski bri goggles that fit over your glasses.
- If you find that your ski bri is constantly fogging up, you may want to invest in a pair of anti-fog ski bri goggles.
- If you have any questions about how to clean your ski bri, consult your ski bri’s manual or contact the manufacturer.