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Cleaning Point and Shoot Lens

Coming from a chemistry researcher background, there's something called Kim-Wipes that works great.

Not sure where to get it outside of a lab environment though...but again, it's what I use for my glasses and any other glass surface.

you can get it here:

Toilet and tissue papers can leave scratches over time and leave bits and pieces of itself on the surface if you're not careful.

Sat, 19 Jul 2008 00:17:48 +0000

That's a good idea. Thanks for the tip.

Chieh Cheng
Sun, 20 Jul 2008 11:52:24 +0000

Best information I've heard in years. Never would have thought liquid might seep behind the lens.

John Summers
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 23:30:02 +0000

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