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Prescription safety glasses for splash protection are often categorized synonymously with prescription safety glasses for impact safety, because both require wraparound coverage and the ability to prevent objects from flying into your eyes.
The main thing that sets safety glasses for splash protection apart from those without it is the ability to stop fluids from flowing down or around your face and under the lenses. The best thing to stop fluids from entering your eyes is a facial cavity seal or prescription safety goggles. Either of these will isolate your eyes from the outside environment, allowing you to work in an environment where your face may be splashed without worrying about the liquids getting into your eyes.
Splash protection is very important in certain chemical handling situations and should be taken very seriously. Most people sacrifice the “cool” looks for safety when it comes to splash protection. For one, they’re generally wearing a lab coat or apron with the glasses anyway (which sort of ruins the “biker” look of a pair of Wiley X glasses), and they are also generally not wearing the glasses after they’re done needing splash protection.
If you are interested in ordering prescription safety glasses for splash protection, we strongly recommend going with a pair of prescription safety goggles. Your eyes will be safest, and the glasses may save your vision if the need arises.
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Here is a link to frames that are rated for splash protection https://rx-safety.com/product-category/master-safety-glasses/?filter_safety-rating=ansi-z871-d3-rating-splash-droplet&query_type_safety-rating=or