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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 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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