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How do you clean your lens ?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by theritz, Nov 7, 2002.

  1. theritz

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    There's a fair amount of dust on the lens of my PJ but I'm not sure whats the approprite/best stuff to clean it with.


    Any advice ?

    How do you do yours?

    (suggestions to wash thoroughly with Pro V will not be kindly recieved; this is a Head and Shoulders household.)


    Thanks,,

    Sean G.
     
  2. Zef

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    brillo pad and some swafega ?.

    :p

    how about one of those camera lens cleaning kits - brush with a little air blower thingy and a special lint free cloth.
     
  3. Dominic

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    I use a little pen type thing from Jessops. Its a double ended one that has a soft foam pad one end, with a self despensing liquid ( a bit like the shoe polish sponge, only not as black:D ) and the other end is a very very soft brush for cleaning the dust / cobwebs away.

    its good, used normaly for camera lens cleaning and camcorders, cost about £10, the foam pad is good for the little specs that dont want to come off.
     
  4. theritz

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    Thanks guys,

    I guess a visit to the nearest camera shop is required.


    See ya,

    Sean G.
     

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