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    Cleaning wipes

    Hi
    I have a question. In Norway it is Optinett a French brand that is the most known brand for lens wipes and spray.
    i guess it not like this in every country. So what can you recommend me instead of Optinett for use that is a good quality and I am not a looking for a cheap no name brand.
    very good if it is allergy free and of course give no fat stains
    sorry if my English is not correct
    Thanks in front 🤓🤓

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    Welcome to OB.

    Two of the best, both Japanese microfiber.

    https://www.toraysee.toray/en/

    https://www.hilcovision.com/f/hi-techcrystal-eyes

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    Fat stains are the worst.

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    What are people using to clean frames after patients try them on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drk View Post
    Fat stains are the worst.
    No kiddin'. Lenses heavily soiled by facial soap, moisturizing lotion, sunscreens, etc., typically need at least two cycles of dawn dishwashing liquid and/or a pre-clean with alcohol to remove oils, and and that's on the best oleophobic coated lenses money can buy.

    Quote Originally Posted by kittyeyes View Post
    What are people using to clean frames after patients try them on?
    Soap and water along with your regular hand washing should be good.

    Best regards,

    Robert Martellaro
    Roberts Optical Ltd.
    Wauwatosa Wi.
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