Originally Posted by Losthwy
Why not they are waterproof. The above method uses the same ingredients as the commercial lens cleaners, is cheaper and does a MUCH better job. For example I have used the Zeiss lens cleaner as directed. And was always disappointed in the final result. Lens that have dust from lens tissues, streaks and spots. The above method has none of these issues.
Your dream team material may clean them... If you have used the Zeiss material and it left streaks...etc...etc....then one simple answer. You didnt use it properly! And non-cotten lens tissues have a big time problem leaving dust on the glass.
My wrist watch says its waterproof to a depth of 600 meters....but Im not dropping it that far down to check it!
If you have cheap optics you can use any sort of homebrew garbage to clean them.....but I paid too much for my own to take a chance of screwing them up!