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Opticlear quick drying - smear free, lens wipes are suitable for use on a wide range of optical devices. They dissolve grease and leave a brilliant finish on spectacles with plastic or glass lenses, cameras, binoculars, helmet visors, car mirrors, and TV and computer screens. The 52 wipes are individually wrapped, which prevents drying-out and means that the pack fits easily into spectacle cases, pockets and bags. Tear open sachet and remove wipe. Gently blow dust and dirt from surface of lens. Wipe surface of lens clean, no need to dry.Opticlear Lens Wipes are designed to clean and care for a multitude of lens types and glass surfaces. Lenses often have special coatings and require the best care, so Opticlear Lens Wipes have been developed to care for all spectacles and sunglasses, like non-reflecting, anti-scratch and UV filtered lenses. The wipes can also be used to clean other glass surfaces, such as computer screens, mobile phones, camera lens and screens. You’ll be amazed how many uses they have around the home and office. Not to be used on contact lenses, plasma or LCD screens
Tear open sachet and remove wipe. Gently blow dust and dirt from surface of lens. Wipe surface of lens clean, no need to dry.See all Product Description
These wipes represent good value. I didn't find them too wet at all as previous buyers have so the product may well have been improved. Will definitely be placing another order.Published 4 days ago by Joanne
Fast delivery. Ordered these after looking at plenty of others, and looking at various reviews. these are not too wet as to leave any marks/smears, and at this price, I'm very... Read morePublished 10 days ago by G.
Work wonderfully well and a fraction of the price you pay in Vision Express and the like. No smearing, just "wet" enough and not too dry, do the job well and you don't... Read morePublished 16 days ago by peter greenwood