how to clean a circular polarizer filter

Started May 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
k2guy
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Do Not Use Eclipse & Pec Pads
In reply to joemama10, May 28, 2013

Use ROR cleaner and a micro-cloth.  The chemicals in Eclipse might affect the coatings on filters.  Spray ROR on a micro-cloth, clean in a circular motion and wipe dry with a second, clean micro-cloth.  ROR is made specifically for cleaning smudges off of lenses and filters, hence the name ROR (Residual Oil Remover).  It might seem expensive, but a little goes a long way.  Besides, why take a chance of ruining a delicate coating on a filter or lens.  Here's a link....

http://www.samys.com/p/Cleaning-Solution/VVROR2/ROR-Residual-Oil-Remover-Lens-Cleaner-2-oz.-Pump/13510.html

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