From: Joachim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 05/04/00-06:21:35 AM Z
I use baby shampoo (a detergent) to clean my trifocals. Works well. Never
did any scientifc studies, less glare, feels good, looks clean. Joachim
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sil Horwitz [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 3:30 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Glass cleaning procedure
> At 2000/05/03 02:20 PM -0400, Judy wrote:
> >On Wed, 3 May 2000, Sil Horwitz wrote:
> > > At 2000/05/03 01:18 PM -0400, DFStein wrote:
> > > >The cleaners sold at optical shops, good for glass and
> plastic lens and
> > > >today's specialty coatings, are also excellent.
> > >
> > > Not all - some leave a protective coating, which would be
> detrimental in
> > > trying to make an emulsion stick to the glass.
> > >
> >Sil, I remember that a while back you recommended Corning Glass Cleaner,
> >and someone on the list (Katharine maybe) had used it & also endorsed.
> >It's not good for this? No longer made?
> It's good stuff for its purpose - wonderful for cleaning trays and such.
> But it does leave a non-reactive silicone deposit which would not be good
> for a surface to be coated with emulsion. But it's great for cleaning
> counter tops, glass utensils, any kind of photo tray, etc.
> Sil Horwitz, FPSA
> Technical Editor, PSA Journal
> Visit http://www.psa-photo.org/
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