Pro tip for glasses wearers!

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Chasdev

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If you don't wear glasses this is a null tip.
BUT if you find oil/grease spatter dots all over your lenses after a good smashburger session or stir fry, and still have streaks after cleaning, or a haze that won't go away unless you clean the lenses several times, you need this.
One spritz per lens side, one second of rubbing and then rinsed under the faucet and your lenses will be as clean as the day they were made.
Wish I had found this a LONG time ago..
 

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I've seen the commercials for that stuff. We've never tried it. My problem is unless I get progressive lenses, they cant make glasses that suit all visual ranges for me. I have two prescription pairs. One I had made for TV distance with bi-focal for my phone nearby. They turned out to be great for dining and driving as well! But not so good at a mid range.

The other are set to be perfect for my computer screens (where I make my living) with the same bi-focal for the phone. These turned out to be great for shopping. Right distance to see the products on the shelf but still have to look over them while I walk from Aisle to aisle!

Otherwise, I have 1.5's, 2's and 3's magnifiers staged all around the house!

Definitely dont want to get grease on your cleaning cloths, so a real detergent clean is a good idea if you have been splattered.
 
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I'll have to try it on glasses . Just readers , but still the same idea .

I do use it for cleaning cookware . Works good .
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Man as much of that stuff as I use I should have stock in the company. It is great for about every thing.

Jim
 
I used it for the first time the other day on everything removable in my MES and for the heck of it the glass door.Worked great and I didn't use anywhere near as much as I thought I would.Good product.
 
If you don't wear glasses this is a null tip.
BUT if you find oil/grease spatter dots all over your lenses after a good smashburger session or stir fry, and still have streaks after cleaning, or a haze that won't go away unless you clean the lenses several times, you need this.
One spritz per lens side, one second of rubbing and then rinsed under the faucet and your lenses will be as clean as the day they were made.
Wish I had found this a LONG time ago..
yup. i just take one drop of regular dawn and warm water. gets the glasses and sun glasses sparkling.
 
Man as much of that stuff as I use I should have stock in the company. It is great for about every thing.

Jim
Me too we buy it in packs of three. Keep one pack in the house another in the garage. I've almost quit using purple power and simple green.
 
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Great to know! I love power wash and use it all the time. Now another reason to use it!

- Jason
 
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