[LRflex] Re: formula for lens cleaning fluid

Just funning with you Ted.  I would guess the material is more absorbent 
than the microfiber, too.  I have always had a hard time drying out my 
lens/filter after getting too close to Vernal falls on the mist trail in 
Yosemite.  Paper lens tissue is what I use, and lots of it.  I'll try my 
well worn skivvies next time.  Briefs OK?  Or should it be Boxers?

Aram
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From: <tedgrant@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, January 18, 2010 8:01 AM
To: <leicareflex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [LRflex] Re: formula for lens cleaning fluid

> Aram Langhans offered:
> Subject: [LRflex] Re: formula for lens cleaning fluid
>
>
>> I know I'd wet my pants if I saw anyone drop their pants, take off their
>> underwear and wipe off their lens.<<<<<<<<<,
>
> Actually Aram that isn't exactly the routine! :-)
> The lens cleaning underpants part is quite different from what you 
> imagined.
> :-) Let me explain clearly! :-)
>
> First of all they are always properly laundered!
>
> People are always wanting to know about "soft cloth to clean lenses and
> where to buy it?" Well each person is wearing and preparing the soft well
> made cloth every time they're wearing their white cotton "WELL WASHED"
> undershorts.:-) And sit down at their computers... that is unless some of
> you folks sit there naked! ;-)
>
> Every time you sit down you are creating the softest material for lens
> cleaning. Once the undershorts are worn to a point you need new ones, just
> take a pair of scissors and cut out the largest piece of material you've
> been grinding every time you've worn them. Obviously the material is all
> well washed.
>
> And there you are, a fine soft gentle lens cleaning cloth. I've done this
> for about 50 years and it works beautifully.
>
> No don't stick your nose up at this, as many have listened and tried it!
> Only to find it works for free and clean lenses!
>
> cheers,
> ted
>
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