• Brand: Premier
    Mfr Name: CNA Scientific
    Mfr Part No: MA50
    Tissue Size: 4" x 6" 1-ply.

Premier Optical Lens Paper, Pk 50 sheets

  • M-2116
Price: $1.25
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An inexpensive way to care for expensive equipment.

These soft, thin lens cleaning tissues are specially designed to clean coated glass optical components and slides. They are suitable for use with microscopes, telescopes, eyeglasses, cameras and other optical instruments. Disposable sheets offer a convenient and easy way to clean lenses without the need for a cleaning cloth.

Sold in a pack of 50 sheets.

How to use disposable optical lens paper effectively.

  • Remove any loose dirt or debris - Before using  optical lens paper, it is important to remove any loose dirt or debris from the surface you are cleaning. Use a soft brush or cloth to gently remove any dirt, dust, or other debris that may have accumulated on the lens surface.
  • Fold the lens paper properly - When using optical lens paper, it is important to fold it properly to avoid scratching the lens surface. Fold the paper in half, then fold it in half again to create a small, square pad. This will help to ensure that the paper is properly cushioned and will not scratch the lens.
  • Apply a small amount of cleaning solution - If you are using  optical lens paper to clean eyeglasses or other optical surfaces, apply a small amount of cleaning solution to the lens surface. Avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaners that may damage the lens surface.
  • Gently wipe the lens surface - Using the folded lens paper, gently wipe the lens surface in a circular motion. Be sure to apply gentle pressure and avoid rubbing too hard, as this can damage the lens surface.
  • Repeat as necessary - If there are still smudges or dirt on the lens surface, repeat the process with a fresh piece of the lens paper. Avoid reusing the same piece of paper, as this can spread dirt and debris around the lens surface.
  • Dispose of the lens paper properly - Once you have finished cleaning the lens surface, dispose of the lens paper properly. Do not reuse the paper, as this can lead to scratches on the lens surface. Instead, discard the paper in a trash can or recycling bin.