That’s a billion dollar idea. Simple as that.
In these tough economic times when people are trying to come up with vaccines how about we think of more important things like the ability to wear a mask and glasses at the same time. We’re still like 8 months away from a vaccine, and there’s a super Corona right around the corner.
A mutant strain of the coronavirus emerged in Europe in February, even more contagious than the original, and is now the dominant cause of #COVID19, according to a new genetic analysis. https://t.co/iV8pwfEjob
— Deborah Blum (@deborahblum) May 5, 2020
I look like an idiot every time I go to the grocery store when I’m trying to pay on the card machine and I can’t see because of condensation all over my glasses. It’s bad enough I have to smell my hot recycled breath every time I put a mask on.
Listen, I don’t want to hear just wear contacts as the solution. It’s 2020. We’re putting people on the moon, we can add a condensation guard to the mask. If not, I can’t be held accountable when I pull a Karen and go full Hannibal Lecter with my mask.
I looked online for a workaround and this is all I could come up with.
The Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England published an article in 2011 that offered a simple method to prevent fogging, suggesting that, just before wearing a face mask, people wash their spectacles with soapy water, shake off the excess and then allow the lenses to air-dry.
Those English Anuses can shove it. I’m not cleaning my glasses with soap and water every time I go out. Also, everyone knows you can’t put soap on glass without it smudging. So now that you’ve fixed my condensation problem what do I do now that there are smudges the size of Jupiter in my eyes?