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No. There is no chemical reaction between soap and any type of eyeglasses. There are no vapors released at all.
You can safely wash your glasses with soap at as much as you like without concerns.
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Thank you. So soap and dish detergent do not interact with glass or metal in a way that releases vapors of any sort?
Thank you. Is there anything that can happen as a long-term result of soap left on glasses for days or weeks - any sort of corrosion, etc.?
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