- Product Reviews
- Use and Care
- Includes one (1) 7.5" x 7.5" Glasses Cloth
- Unparalleled cleaning to glasses, frames and especially delicate coated lens
- Leaves them smudge-free, lint-free, and streak-free clean
- Removes fingerprints, stubborn marks, oil, grime and over 99% of bacteria using just water
- Ideal for cameras and other professional lens
- Guaranteed for 300 machine washings
Where to Use: All types of Lens Cleaning: glasses, frames and coated lens
The Glasses Cloth is designed specifically to clean eye glasses, camera lenses, copier glass and other optics that have protective coatings. Because of the softness of the cloth the lenses and coatings are protected while cleaning. The result is spotless lesses and long lasting results.
Please don't use other e-cloth cleaning products to clean glasses and lens as particles can be trapped in the fibers that could damage delicate coatings and lenses
80% Polyester / 20% Polyamide
Made in China
Glasses Cleaning and Lens Cleaning with a simple pocket-sized cloth
How to Use
The Glasses Cloth can be used dry or damp. Gently rub the cloth across the surface of the lenses and frame. Cloth will remove oils, grease, fingerprints, and make-up. If stubborn marks remain, dampen the cloth slightly and repeat.
Caring for your Glasses Cloth
A warm rinse is often enough for day-to-day use.
To ensure your e-cloths perform at their best, we recommend machine washing. With certain new washing powders, you can was as low as 85 degrees F, however for best results with normal detergents, wash at 140 degrees F. For a full clean or if the cloth loses performance, it may be washed at 200 degrees, or boiled in a saucepan.
Use only a small amount of detergent and rinse well. Tumble or hang dry.
DO NOT use bleach or fabric softener. Bleach breaks down the fibers and fabric softeners will block the fibers. If fabric softener is used by mistake, rewash with a little detergent.
Note: Color may run, initial washes should be separate at low temperature. For washing machines, a laundry bag is recommended.