- Easy to apply: rub Nerdwax on the nose pads of your favorite specs or sunnies and enjoy slip free bliss.
- Works on all glasses: Nerdwax works by creating a layer of friction between your glasses and your skin
- 100% natural: Nerdwax is a beewax based blend of all natural and certified organic cosmetic grade ingredients specially formulated to keep your glasses in place while you live your life.
3 QUICK TIPS ON HOW TO USE YOUR NERDWAX
As you go throughout your day, your face juices wind up all over your glasses. So... before you apply your Nerdwax, make sure that you
1. Wipe off your glasses
2. Wipe off your face.
I did just say face juices...Let's just keep on moving.
Next, we're going to roll the Nerdwax out of the tube. I know this seems basic, but people just don't do this.
If you roll the Nerdwax out you can get into a tighter space by using the edge like this:
If the space is even smaller, you can use a butter knife to cut a little wedge into it.
Lastly, play around with how much you apply. That's the beauty of Nerdwax. You can tailor the application to whatever it is that you're doing and apply as much or as little as you need to.
I like to lay mine on pretty thick in the morning. That way, as I'm going throughout my day, when I feel the effect of Nerdwax start to wear off, I can take off my glasses and use my finger to refresh that application instead of having to apply a brand new one.
At the end of the day... I grab a disposable paper towel or tissue and I wipe of any Nerdwax that's left over. Then, the next morning, I start with a fresh application.
If you happen to oops and get Nerdwax on your lenses, don't panic. It's going to be okay. Just grab a high quality microfiber cloth and it wipes right off.
After awhile, your cloth is going to get waxy from doing this. When it does, just wash it in the sink with warm soapy water and let it air dry. Don't put it in the dryer with the rest of your clothes, because it will collect particles from your dryer sheets and ruin the cloth.
There you go, nerds. Them's my tips. Hope it helps!
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