Purosol Optical Cleaner - 4 oz

Purosol Optical Cleaner - 4 oz

Purosol Optical Cleaner - 4 oz

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Purosol Optical Cleaner - 4 oz

Purosol Optical Cleaner - 4 oz

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Purosol Optical Cleaner - Using cutting-edge technology that is environmentally friendly, enzyme-based Purosol is the first product of its kind to clean at the molecular level - neutralizing the bonds that dust, dirt, oil, and grime use to adhere to glass or plastic lens surfaces.

Unlike many other cleaning solvents, PUROSOL is completely safe and will not harm your lenses. This unique solution lasts longer than other solvents and is designed specifically for the demands of high-end multi-coated lenses.

Purosol is based on state-of-the-art technology
Optical's unique Enzyme-Based formula uses a process which quickly disrupts the molecular bonds that salt, grime, grease, dirt and mineral deposits use to adhere to surfaces
Purosol will not destroy your lenses
Unlike other products that use harmful ingredients like ammonia, alcohol, silicone, or solvents which ultimately strip the coating from your lenses, Purosol will not hurt your lenses; It contains only natural ingredients and is completely solvent-free
Purosol is not harmful to you
Unlike standard cleaning agents that can produce harmful fumes and cause allergies and health problems, PUROSOL is hypo-allergenic and non-toxic
Purosol is not harmful to the environment
100% Hazard Free, No CFC's, Non-Flammable, Completely Biodegradable, Environmentally Safe. Totally compatible with all eco-systems
Purosol lasts longer
Purosol has ingredients that neutralize static and repel dust and dirt, keeping your optical lenses clean longer
Purosol is pure and sterile
Purosol is a sterile aqueous solution manufactured in a Class 100 Clean Room; It is bacteria-free and exceeds federal EPA and OSHA health and safety standards
UPC: 727854100037
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Purosol Optical Cleaner - 4 oz
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    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.0 x 1.0 x 1.0"
    Optical Cleaner - 4 oz is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 33.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clear as a bell without ringing it After searching for an environmentally safe cleaning product for my camera lenses ( a quality one), I came across this Purisol Optical Cleaner. It does an outstanding job of getting rid of dirt and and grime on camera lenses with minimal effort. There is no appreciable smell or fumes, no residue and what you are left with when used with tissue paper to apply/clean and a microfiber cloth to polish/ shine is a crystal clear, sparkling lens. This, coupled with the knowledge that I am not putting harmful chemicals out into the environment makes me a vey happy person and photographer ( amateur one, at best)!
    Date published: 2014-05-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wonderful! I have only tried it once so far but worked perfectly. It removed a few water spots on the lens with no problem and seemed to do it faster then other products I have tried. I am sure that the manufacturer has heard this complaint often about the spray function. While this is great for cleaning large surfaces I can not afford to clean windows, tv's etc with this product. I suggest either offering a dropper type version as well or including one of those 'one drop at a time' tops in the package as an optional way to dispense the product. Also, I am not sure if the quantity is over the USA carry on liquids limit for air travel.
    Date published: 2010-06-28
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Purosol vs 100% Distilled Water Distilled water, (can be a 25 step process), doesn't smell, doesn't streak, is not pricey, is all natural, and cleans as well (or as poorly) as Purosol when trying to emulsify (break down) oil (called Seban) that migrates to your lenses from your skin. Oils, from Seban, skin moisturizers, UV creams, mosquito repellants, salad dressing (believe it) account for the majority of oils needing to be removed from eye glass or camera lenses. 100% Distilled water vs. Purosol in our tests were equivalent, showing no discernable oil emulsifying properties. Simply because NASA uses or used it, do we know for what purpose? When asked... one of the top company spokes persons said it is classified and can't be revealed. So, I guess if we want to remove something classified or repel space dust from our lenses, perhaps. But, in our testing protocols, Zeiss, ROR, Nikon, Canon and Kodak Lens Cleaners, or a dab of Dawn Liquid Dish Washing Liquid and water, work far better for emulsifying oils and more quickly to produce a clean, streak-free lens.
    Date published: 2013-01-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Can't argue with success I had a relatively expensive big screen DLP TV. Unfortunately, after a period of time, dust and other debris can get into the optical path and reduce the snap of a great looking big screen. I wanted to clean as much of the light path as possible, which includes the lens and the big mirror. After researching the situation, most wise techs advise against the newbie cleaning something as delicate as a large first surface mirror. So it was with some intrepidation that I found and used this product and its accompanying micro-fiber cloth. I paid attention to how I applied and wiped off this product, but the results were impressive. Spotless and no steaks with a simple, careful cloth turning. It did what it said it would do.
    Date published: 2008-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good on all high end optics I use this on Takahashi telescope, Celestron telescope, Newtonian mirrors, Astro-Physics diagonal, OMI mirror, Pentax and Zeiss Abbee Orthoscopic eyepieces. It is recommended by Astro-Physics on their high end refractors. A bit pricey but a bottle lasts a couple of years. Does not absorb moisture out of the air which can lead to streaking in humid environments (with alcohol or acetone). Does not dissolve paint or plastic. I find it much better than the standard mix of soapy water and alcohol. I use it with kimwipes and a Giotto air blower.
    Date published: 2010-06-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well on many surfaces I've been cleaning camera lenses for 40 years, and this is the best liquid I've come across. In one week I cleaned my Canon 600mm IS, my laptop screen, my desktop screen, a dirty DVD, and my flat panel TV, all with excellent results. The liquid comes out in a very fine, even, controllable mist that seems to pick up all oily residue in one pass. I'm very pleased with it and will continue to use it.
    Date published: 2009-11-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from the secret to streak-free flawless glass is... use Q-tips to apply, use Q-tips to dry. I just didn't get results with micro-fiber. streaks & haze are left behind. Instead, apply with a Q-tip, then use a clean & dry Q-tip to dry in a circular 'polishing' motion. Be patient, and you'll be amazed at the results. small lenses can be done in single application, larger ones should be done a section at a time. (a 14-24mm F2.8 requires 4 to 5 sections to be done, each with fresh Q-tips. Q-tips are CHEAP. use as many as you need. Best results I've EVER gotten, and no need to change.
    Date published: 2017-06-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best lens cleaner period THis is by far the best lens cleaner I have ever used. The spray is fine and doesn't saturate lenses, like the Nikon brand. The fine mist allows you to use less cleaner, making the product last longer. Wipes off easy and cleans like no other. Works great on lenses and filters.
    Date published: 2009-08-29
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