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Purosol All Natural Lens Cleaner 1oz.
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- Creates an anti-static barrier State of the art technology Non-streaking.
- 100% Biodegradable, PET Plastic, most recylable, No VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
- Made of organic plant extracts, 100% solvent free, Hypoallergenic & non-toxic.
- Safe for use on sensitive optical surfaces.
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|Item Dimensions||0.7 x 1.3 x 4.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
Purosol Optical Lens Cleaner
Purosol Optical was originally developed for NASA and the US military for use on high-end multi-coated optics. Combining the power of organic plant extracts and state-of-the-art green chemistry, it is the world’s most advanced cleaning solution.
One spray of Purosol® fine mist followed by a gentle wipe of a Purosol® ultra-fine woven microfiber cloth and your lens emerges crystal clear and free of dirt and dust without streaks or damage to the precision coating on your lens.
What makes this product so different and why NASA and the US Military consider it ideal for cleaning high-end precision coated optics?
It’s all about the precision Green technology used in the Purosol® manufacturing process!
Purosol Green Technology
All natural plant enzymes are combined to change the molecular surface tension which holds dust and dirt to the lens surface.
Taking its cleaning power from nature itself, Purosol Optical is non-toxic, hypoallergenic, nonflammable, sterile and completely biodegradable. It is CFC-free, VOC-free and exceeds EPA and OSHA health and safety standards, as well as exceeding standards set for the EU, Australia, Canada, Japan, and other countries worldwide.
Purosol Optical is Effective
Using the latest in surface chemistry, it breaks the molecular bonds that dust, dirt and grime use to adhere to the lens. Purosol Optical is streak-free and leaves an anti-static barrier which repels dust, meaning you will have to clean your lens less frequently.
Purosol Optical is Safe
Gentle enough for use on all optical and coated lenses, it contains no alcohol, ammonia, detergent, or any other traditional solvent which can damage your expensive coatings. Purosol leaves no residue and is free of silicone, graphite and glycerin.
Purosol Optical is Trusted
Utilized by the US and Canadian militaries, national laboratories, hospitals, research facilities, observatories, and professional photographers. Purosol is trusted on the very best and valuable optical lenses in the world.
Purosol Best Uses:
- Camera Lenses
- Laser Lenses
- Optical Chips
- Optical Mirrors
- Rifle Scopes
- Thermal & IR Optics
- Film & Video Projectors
- Fiber Optics
- Surveying Optics
Top Customer Reviews
Purosol Molecular Lens Cleaner is impressive...and different from other cleaners. When you first spray it on a lens, you know you're working with a different cleaner from those you pick up at the local vision center. I was surprised to see the spray bead up on the lens; other cleaners may foam slightly and there is evidence of surfactants (the other sprays spread across the lens with no beading). This beading of the Purosol had me concerned at first (no solvent effect of breaking surface tension), but not to worry. The product insert states "Purosol's solvent-free formula used the latest in green chemistry to break the molecular bonds that dust, dirt and grime use to adhere to the lens" and it works beautifully. I ran several tests where, after an active day, and plenty of dust, cooking spatters or high pollen counts, I tried regular solvent-based cleaner on one lens, Purosol on the other.Read more ›
Unlike many of the cheaper lens cleaning products Purosol does is *not* solvent based. The solvents in these products run the risk of damaging lens and filter coatings. I was more than happy to find an effective quality cleaner that would not pose a risk to those coatings on expensive lenses and filters.
I believe the product indiscriminately breaks up molecular bonds on the surface of lenses.
Buyer beware: if your lens have any additive coatings, the Purosol Optical Lens cleaner may slowly ruin them.
>> 2015.10.06 update <<
I purchased a new set of prescription lenses 7 months ago from the same company. I ran an experiment by not using any cleaners except for soap made with organic oils. My new lenses are not scratched. Nonetheless, I cannot say with 100% certainty the Purosol cleaner was the sole cause of the issues 3 years ago. Try it, if you wish. Find out for yourself.
I have high-index plastic lenses, which I think are pretty common these days. I tried using the cleaner with a lint-free microfiber cloth, with a clean cotton t-shirt and even with Kimtech lint-free Kimwipes. No matter what I did or how many times I cleaned the lenses, the cleaner left behind a noticable film. One other reviewer talks about having to "buff" his lenses to get the streaks off. That does eventually seem to work, but what an effort it takes.
Finally, I thought maybe there was some residue from a previous cleaner that Purosol couldn't remove, so I tried washing my lenses in soap and warm water first. When I dried them, they were crystal-clear. When I subsequently cleaned them with Purosol, the film came back.
Thinking perhaps it was the type of plastic my eyeglass lenses are made of, I decided to try cleaning my laptop display. Purosol didn't remove all the smudges AND it left streaks.
Perhaps I'm doing something wrong that gives me totally different results than others are reporting, but I can't imagine what it is. Needless to say, given how expensive this stuff is, I'm sending it back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this to clean the lenses for my canon rebel t3i. The solution works perfectly.Published 7 days ago by J. Murphy
I am a photographer and I have a number of expensive lenses and other photo and video gear that has to be cleaned on the daily basis. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ania
This stuff works great. One spritz from a distance hits both lenses, hit them with a microfiber and they're spotless...repeat on the other side and you're good!Published 2 months ago by Walleye Dave