39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
I had major dust problems on my camera's sensor. (It was literally ruining my photos beyond basic photoshop repair.) After using this product, I was able to remove about 97% of the dust I had on my sensor in just a few swipes. I did find it more difficult to get the corners but, in the end, was able to get it all cleared out. I did not find that reusing one end redeposited dust back on the sensor. I did use both sides, flipped the cloth over (wasn't easy getting the rubber band back on) and used both sides again and felt like I was able to get the sensor really clean. (Getting at least 4 swipes with one stick was important for me while considering the cost of these things)
I will say however, that it's very important to clean the rest of the camera (inside and out) before cleaning the sensor. Also make sure the space you are working on is clean. I did not do either of those and became extremely frustrated when dust and fibers from the camera's mirror/viewfinder section and my dirty work environment was getting on the sensor. I recommend using a lens cleaning cloth or a microfiber cloth of some kind to work on.
There are tons of websites and youtube videos out there with tutorials on cleaning your camera's sensor. Some better than others. Just google 'sensor cleaning' and add in the model of your camera. Lots of helpful websites came up for my Canon 30d.