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by Robert Sabin on Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:56 pm
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COSTCO sells a $4.99 "Eyeglass Care Kit" with 6 pieces. 2 2oz plastic lens cleaner bottles,2 microfiber cloths, one screwdriver, and one smaller travel lens cleaner bottles. Indicated for use on anti-reflective coated lenses.

COSTCO will refill empty plastic bottles for FREE..

Greatest Deal in Photography.

Robert Sabin
 

by DChan on Mon Jan 09, 2017 5:53 pm
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My eyeglasses come with a piece of microfibre cloth. To clean the glasses all one need is a tiny amount of liquid distergant, which I assume most if not all households have it. No, it doesn't hurt any coating on any of my glasses. I don't have to buy anything extra just for my glasses. Also, some would even tell you that if you do use microfibre cloths, all you need is just water.
 

by sbaxter2020@gmail.com on Mon Jan 09, 2017 7:41 pm
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Most eye glass cleaner will steak your camera lenses if that is your intended purpose.
 

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