Forum members preferred sensor cleaning

Started Feb 23, 2012 | Discussions thread
CharlieDIY
CharlieDIY Veteran Member • Posts: 7,120
Re: Forum members preferred sensor cleaning

bkpix wrote:

Too much chance of getting some of the freezing liquid propellant onto the sensor, which might cause damage. Or at least that's what I've always believed....

Misapply and see how much good that high pressure air does to the mirror and its mechanism. That's one problem. There is just no need for high pressure air in 99% of the cases, and a brush can take are of those. I use the Arctic Butterfly and have for years, though these days cleaning is a far less frequent need.

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