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
No, it probably does not evaporate fast enough and may leave a film.
Answered by: KEVIN M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
Is this essentially the same stuff as Pancro Optical Cleaner and Eclipse Sensor/Optics cleaner? I use Pancro for my lenses and Eclipse for my digital sensors, but need something to clean my scanner platen. I hear Purosol is good, but will my Pancro or Eclipse do the same exact thing?
Asked by: Simos X.
No Pancro is not the same as Purosol. However, Pancro is used worldwide on professional sets for cinema and TV. It does not damage coated lenses. they use Pancro on expensive lenses and filters that can cost up to 50k.
Answered by: Brian
Date published: 2019-04-25
Does this cleaner have a shelf life? I have had a bottle for a few years.
Asked by: Gary
I replaced mine only because I hadn't put the cap on tight and it all leaked out, fortunately not destroying anything in it's path.