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With cases of COVID-19 rapidly increasing, wearing a face mask has become an essential part of everyday life. Depending on where you live, face coverings may be compulsory when doing the grocery shop or riding on public transport. It is recommended that we wear a mask to help reduce the transmission of the virus.
From fogging up as soon as you step inside a shop to ill-fitting frames, there are some struggles that only people with glasses will know.
Now that we’re all in the midst of a second lockdown in England, it’s the perfect time to spruce up your home. DIY can be a great way to save money, and you get the satisfaction of having done the home improvements yourself. With so many free do-it-yourself videos available online and with hardware stores remaining open throughout lockdown, anyone can make some stylish new changes to their home.
When shopping for glasses and considering what material to choose, you may notice that many frames are made from acetate and wonder what the difference is between acetate and plastic. In this article, we'll uncover the pros and cons of acetate and plastic frames, explaining the differences in more detail.