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    What should I clean binocular lenses with?

    WJC ask any optician and they will tell you Alcohol can harm lens coatings. Years ago there were no coatings on bino lenses so it didn’t matter. There are plenty of more advanced alcohol free lens cleaners available now that are designed not to harm coatings. If one wants to use old style...
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    What should I clean binocular lenses with?

    WKC why don’t you back it down a bit. You’re blatant attacks on my post prompted my response. Use as much alcohol as you want
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    What should I clean binocular lenses with?

    It’s pretty much common knowledge and if you write to any optical manufacturer they will tell you the same. If you know anything about Chemistry you’ll know that alcohol is a powerful solvent. Of course lots of folks don’t believe in science these days!
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    What should I clean binocular lenses with?

    Brush first then use a cleaner without alcohol. It will dissolve the lens coatings you spent so much for! Lots of good ones out there. Stop by an opticians office and they’ll have what you need.
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