We covered a bunch fog hacks here ever as masks have become commonplace, but recently a doctor tweet even simpler than folding the top of the mask using a piece of cloth, or cover your lenses with anti-mist spray. This is a sticker.
Although you could also use a piece of tape (such as the tape found in first aid kits), Dr. Heiferman notes that the cotton pad in the bandage prevents some of the irritation he would notice after using the tape for several days in a row Me tooIn addition to preventing the glasses from blurring, the patch can also prevent your mask from sliding down.
I don’t wear glasses, but our social editor Tim Mulkerin is testing this hack by placing a band-aid on a cloth mask. “It works very well,” he reports. The patch closes the gaps that usually appearwhere your mask matches the sides of your nose.
However, there was a small flaw in the plan: Tim found that because his glasses lay on the sticker, they were less likely to slip on his nose. If you try this hack, be sure to consider the type of adhesive tape you use. Some are smooth and pliable; others, like the one in the doctor’s tweet, have more texture for them. You may also be able to adjust the position where the mask and thus the patch fit on your nose.