ROR Residual Oil Remover (2.0 oz)

ROR Residual Oil Remover (2.0 oz)

ROR Residual Oil Remover (2.0 oz)


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This 2.0 oz Residual Oil Remover, or simply ROR, establishes a new definition of what a 'clean' surface is. The first application of ROR often results in an amazing 'wow' factor for the user; sometimes it's hard to believe what comes off the surface being cleaned.

ROR has redefined the science of lens-care by utilizing a formula of natural ingredients that eradicates the counterproductive microscopic oil residues from the surface and pores of glass and plastic. On camera lenses, LCD screens, flat-panel TV's, cell-phones iPods and more - ROR cuts through, breaks down, and allows the removal of all those performance debilitating smudges and smears. Once those oily residues are eliminated, dust, dirt, and pollen particles have nothing to cling to; this enables the sparkling clean surface to remain cleaner for a longer period of time.

ROR has been tested and proven to be safe to use on most delicate and precious surfaces; from multicoated lenses to beryllium-surfaced contacts, ROR has proven itself to be one of the finest and safest lens treatments available.

ROR can be applied with an untreated micro-fiber cloth or untreated disposable wipes. When using a micro-fiber cloth, it is advisable to wash it out regularly in a mild soap solution that is free of additives or softeners. Washing the micro-fiber cloth before using it with ROR ensures a neutral starting point for a successful cleaning session.

The surface to be cleaned must be moistened with ROR prior to wiping; it should be applied to the task-wiper first - not directly on the lens or surface. This prevents pools of liquid from going where it's not supposed to, while conserving the solution. Gently blotting the surface to be cleaned with a moistened cloth or wipe will allow the solution to work into the layers of build-up, facilitating its safe and complete removal. A clean area of the cloth, or a new wipe, should be used for the final cleaning stages.

When cleaning a well-loved lens with ROR for the first time, several applications and wipes may be needed to remove the multi-layer build-up of oils, pollution, and dirt.

Note: Not recommended for use on focusing screens, CCD/CMOS sensors, or internal aliasing filters

Safely cleans lenses, scanners, LCD screens, optics, TVs, iPods, etc
UPC: 084436142923
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ROR Residual Oil Remover (2.0 oz)
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    ROR ROROR2O Specs

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    Package Weight 0.165 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.7 x 1.35 x 1.35"

    ROR ROROR2O Reviews

    Residual Oil Remover (2.0 oz) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 89.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok but not as good as 99% Isopropyl As a 20 yr. pro-photo and labtech, I've tried using this for over 12 yrs over 99% Isopropyl as an alternate and it has left a smear each time which needed a cleanup with Isopropyl. It does remover residue but leaves a smear. To get my lenses lab clean, I use straight 91-99% Isopropyl with real cotton swabs and a gentle hand. After cleaning, use a bright pen-light at 45 to inspect the lens surface. Best to protect and prevent lens from debris (use a fine hair brush and canned air) then to be frequently cleaning them as the delicate multi-coating will suffer. Never keep lenses in a camera bag for prolong periods as any moisture will settle in the lens and grow mold. Instead; have a dust/moisture free airy storage place or use Pelican type (sealed) cases with silica inside (my preferred method) for the case has a double use of water protection on expeditions.
    Date published: 2013-03-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish I had gotten this long ago! Read some trusted reviews about ROR and have found it to be everything I read and more.Amazing for my Canon Lenses and just as great for my eyeglasses and the wife's iPad Mini screen.Works better and easier than I was led to believe.(I had heard that it might actually take a few applications to really get lenses and filters oil free) but it really only took one application to make a big difference - great stuff!
    Date published: 2014-10-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing product when used as intended. is abosolutely amazing for removing almost anything, fantastic for filters, lenses(camera or glasses) and basically anything you want to look through. I find that once they're clean using ROR that they stay clean and a quick puff once in a while is all that's needed - without the oil nothing sticks to them and there's no need to clean them. Because of this a bottle lasts a long time, it can really end the cycle of cleaning. While the product is safe for many uses be aware that if you use it on a lens made of polycarbonate (say the lexan lenses of a pair of ballistic goggles) the ammonia in it will infiltrate the plastic via any scratches in the multicoating. The first time you do it you won't be able to tell anything, the lenses will appear perfectly safe and in good condition (vision wise they're great initially, nice and clean/clear). Slowly they start to go hazy(actually lots of small pits in the plastic from where it was dissolved) as the plastic under the coating has been damaged. The coating surrounding the scratch will start to flake in about a week to a month and they become rapidly harder to see through. I'm unsure if the goggles would be compromised to an extent that they were unsafe however I wouldn't take the risk. Due to losing the anti reflection coating and defects in the plastic they were of little use due to haze causing flare anyway. So as above, if you have something made of polycarbonate (lexan, bulletproof glass, higher grade balistic/protective goggles/glasses, etc) AVOID USING THIS PRODUCT - use basically anything else. On the other hand if you see an armoured car you wish to ruin... just buy a bottle of ammonia - it's cheaper.
    Date published: 2014-11-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great, but has a shelf life. I had a bottle that was about 15 years old from my old film camera bag. Thought I would use it up, but it made lenses worse. Went back to a newer bottle and it worked great. not sure what the shelf life is, but it's less than 15 years.
    Date published: 2012-08-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really cleans lenses This product is strong and safe for lenses. To use that all you need to do is apply a little to a lens tissue and then clean the surface. Do not let the fluid run over the surface of the glass, because the cleaner can raise dirt from out of the mount and float the dirt up and onto the surface of the lens. I have seen this product increase light transmission of a lens by 1/2 of a stop.
    Date published: 2014-07-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stubborn atmospheric residue on lens I had some really stubborn small dots on my 500 mm lens that no cleaner would remove. In desperation I asked some fellow photographers and they suggested ROR. Well! I am so impressed with this product, it removed just about all the specks I had, a few applications were necessary but it worked! I highly recommend it. Eric
    Date published: 2013-10-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from very good The trick is to use it very lightly and keep changing lens tissue, to the point where you fee like you're being wasteful. The tissue picks up all the dirt this floats off the lens surface. The first time or two you clean a lens, you might see a streaky situation appear. That's because this is floating so much gunk off your lens, it's hard to pick up all at once. It's the best!
    Date published: 2013-10-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real Invisible Glass I've used ROR, off and on for years,clean your glasses and its like taking the lenses out. but be careful years ago when I first used this, I was cleaning the lens on my M4, I was to generous with the ROR and got some on the focus helical, it rinsed the lubricant out of the lens and locked it up, I know I'm an idiot. But be careful,it is an oil remover.
    Date published: 2010-09-16
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