Frequently Asked Questions
To keep your HD Polarized Lenses in the best condition, we include a Miliani Microbiber Bag with every purchase (Cleaning Cloth with Kahula'la Purchase) When cleaning your lenses, we recommend first blowing on your lenses or rinsing them with fresh water to remove any loose particles that could scratch your lens. Then, simply rub them clean with the provided bag or a clean cotton cloth. For more stubborn spots, lens cleaning wipes work great!
To avoid micro scratches, please do not use paper towels. You will want to avoid cleaning your lenses with saltwater, chlorine and alcohol based products as they tend to ruin the mirror finish.
If using our sunglasses in humid regions or coastal areas, please make sure to completely dry the sunglasses. This will help prevent delamination of the HD Polarized lens.
Please avoid extreme heat when storing the shades. Place them in the provided bag or pouch.
All of the lenses are Category 3, which means they're suitable for driving. We do not recommend using them in extremely dark situations, such as night time driving. Even if the sun doesn't set on you cause you're a badass...
Miliani Eyeware uses HD Polarized lenses that are impact resistant, meeting the impact resistance standards of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z80.3-2003, EN 1836:2005 as well as the FDA regulation 21 CFR 801.410 for impact-resistant lenses for general use.
Our HD Polarized Lenses are NOT intended for high-impact sports and are not designed to be industrial safety eyewear as defined in ANSI Z87.1-2003.Both Frame and Lens must also be marked with “Z87” to comply with the ANSI standards and be approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for use in environments where eye protection is required. Unfortunately, Miliani Eyeware doesn't offer that (yet).
Grab the top and bottom of the frame with both hands.
Push the lens out from the back starting from the top of the frame.
Insert the replacement lens starting at the nose piece.
Press the replacement lens along the perimeter until it snaps securely into place.