Why you *should* be using Microfiber to clean.

January 3, 2011 | By Don Basch

The average 'normal' cleaning rag pushes dust and dirt around, causing smearing or even worse scratching.

The Microfiber cloth grabs dust/grime particles and soaks away liquid (even oil) with its fantastic wicking action. Microfiber has a tendency to become electro statically charged which also helps with attracting/removing dust, hair and little 'fuzzies'. This material works wonderfully dry but is a whole other experience when dampened with water or a cleaner. Depending on what you're trying to 'sparkle up' will determine if your cloth should be wet or dry.

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Take a Look!: CD / DVD Optical Cleaner Kit

July 13, 2010 | By Don Basch

There's even more to love about the Photodon Anti-Scratch screen cleaner! This such a powerful and safe cleaner; it possesses many uses and one of them is optical cleaning.
Photodon Anti Scratch cleaner is a natural, herbal based cleaner that although incredibly safe for the user, (and the environment), is highly effective at removing smudges caused by finger prints or anything else you may get on your lenses.

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Which Microfiber Cloth Should I Choose?

June 29, 2010 | By Mandy Peterson

Often times you hear about how wonderful a microfiber cloth is but seldom do you know exactly what to use it on/for.

You'll find that the biggest key factor when choosing a cloth is the "lint" level of the material. Cloths that are tightly woven or looped woven, normally are a low lint cloth. These are ideal for screen cleaning, or delicate surface cleaning.
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History of Microfiber Cloths: Part 2

April 6, 2010 | By Mandy Peterson

When combined, (microfiber and nylon), result in a microfiber cloth with the advantages of both synthetics. Too much nylon will result in a cloth that will scratch fine or delicate surfaces, like coated optics or fine wood or paint finishes. Too little nylon and the cloth will not last or clean rough surfaces without rapid deterioration. It is this perfect combination of microfiber and nylon that give these cleaning cloths their special properties.

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History of Microfiber Cloths: Part 1

April 1, 2010 | By Mandy Peterson

Although many of us use the popular 'Microfiber' material for cleaning, not too many people understand what makes it so different.

This two part segment will explain how this material is put together and exactly how it gets the job done.

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