DIY Eyeglass Cleaner

DIY Eyeglass Cleaner

Want to know how to make your own homemade eyeglass cleaner for kids glasses? Look no further. We've put together a quick and easy DIY eyeglass cleaner recipe to walk you through making your own glasses cleaner that will cut through the sweat and grime build up that happens over time. This cleaner will not only leave the glasses squeaky clean, but it will also safely sanitize them so they're free of germs. Don't worry, it's safe even for the littlest of hands!

Follow our instructions below for this easy, DIY eyeglass cleaner that uses ingredients you most likely already have at home. Or, purchase our pre-made Eyeglass Lens Cleaner and we'll send some your way!

Ingredients for DIY Eyeglass Cleaner:

  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Water
  • Dish soap
  • Spritzer bottle


Combine 3 parts rubbing alcohol with 1 part water - we like to pour everything into a small cup so it's easier to stir together! Add 1-2 drops of dish soap then mix the ingredients together using a spoon. Pour the mixture into a spritzer bottle (Pro Tip: Use a funnel for minimal spillage!), then voilà! You have your very own homemade glasses cleaner.

To use, simply spritz the cleaner onto the lenses and gently wipe with a soft cotton cloth.

If you're in a pinch and don't have time to make the lens cleaner or don't have the ingredients available, you can always use a little water with some dish soap. Be sure to thoroughly dry the glasses after washing the lenses, though!

Can You Use Windex on Glasses?

We do not recommend using Windex or other window cleaners to clean your glasses. Window cleaners typically use harsher chemicals designed for commercial and residential windows. These windows are designed to withstand the elements and can handle the use of window cleaners. Use mild soap and dedicated glasses cleaners to clean your glasses.

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