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How To Clean Your Rifle Scope
Step 3.
When more advanced cleaning is needed to remove residue like dried water spots or pollen from the front or back lens, a combination of Lens-Brite Anti-Fog Liquid Lens Cleaner and Premium Grade Lens Cleaning Tissue is recommended.

Lens-Brite has been scientifically formulated to provide anti-fog action, especially helpful for outdoor activities. The complete manufacturing process including distilling the water, mixing the chemicals, filling the bottles and packaging is done in Beloit Wisconsin by Peca Products in their own facility to assure rigid quality control.

Premium Grade Lens Cleaning Tissue is also manufactured by Peca Products in Wisconsin and meets US Government Specification A-A-50177A.

For advanced cleaning it is recommended a few drops of Lens-Brite be put on a wad (a couple sheets wadded up) of lens cleaning tissue. Clean the lens using a circular motion, starting near the center of the lens and working out towards the outside edges. Immediately follow with a dry wad of tissue to remove any fluid from the lens surface and continue until the lens is clean and polished.

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Putting Lens-Brite on Tissue to Clean Rifle Scope


Lens-Brite has been carefully formulated to provide proper cleaning action while at the same time remaining safe to use on any glass, multi-coated, or plastic lens. Lens-Brite works by releasing oils and smudges from the lens surface. The first wad of tissue moistened with the fluid removes most of the oils and smudges from the lens surface, while the second wad of dry tissue removes any remaining fluid leaving the lens clean and polished.

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Using Dry Wad of Tissue on Rifle Scope


Careful consideration was given to the Lens-Brite formula allowing it to dry at a specific rate. Fast drying fluids tend to dry so rapidly that residues and oils often dry right back onto the lens surface before they can be removed. Lens-Brite’s formula allows time for the second wad of dry tissue to remove any remaining fluid and residues from the lens surface leaving it clean and polished.

Lens cleaning kits can be purchased at Clean Optics. (www.cleanoptics.com)



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