Purosol All Natural Lens Cleaner 4oz.
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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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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. 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.
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Every person born from this day forward should be given one of these as part of their "welcome to surviving life packet" it will also have a hot glue gun, a roll of gaffers tape, some LEDs, cigarettes (for trading), a bottle of Purosol and a leatherman tool.
But srsly tho, like, it really is the single best non alcoboozichol /ammonia based optical cleaner out there. I don't exactly know what's in it, but the rep once told me its got the same enzymes as breath. Now, for all of you who have or had a Rolls Royce Silvercloud, you'll know its a career keeping that lady spotless, so you whip out a shirttail when the client isnt looing, haw (to exhale) on it and polish. Similar to optics, haw on it and give it a whirl with a KimWipe dipped in 99% alcoboozichol and (not the 79% rubbing stuff which has oil in it and will leave a residue on optics), and you have a pretty fantastic optical cleaner.
It leaves my plastic safety readers, glass lens readers, camera lenses and measuring gage faces (think watch face)spotless. It may seem expensive, but I have used a surprisingly small amount so far. Based on my admittedly limited experience, I do think it will come out to be fairly economical compared to some other cleaners I have used. The product comes out as a fine mist and one small shot seems just enough to do one lens face. The product is gentle and I have no hesitation to use it on expensive items. A side benefit is there is nothing in it to set off my allergies. What I love the most is that items I clean are absolutely crystal clear when I am finished.
Currently I use it with Edmund Optics techspec, first cleaning with tech spec and then finish with purosol. The techspec is about 75% cheaper than purosol but each has its place. It has a dispersant that works on oil and non oil contaminants. On my glasses, I don't bother with two cleanings, just use tech spec. Another way to clean glasses is with dishsoap on your thumb and forefinger, rub it around, then rinse it off under flowing water.
I would save Purosol for high end optics like camera lenses and telescope optics, binoculars, and the like. For every day purposes on your glasses there are less expensive alternatives.
I even keep a bottle of this stuff in my farm shop for cleaning googling/ welding helmet lens, full-face shields, etc. .... it also works exceptionally well with optics too!
Pick up some good microfiber cleaning clothes while your at it!
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