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02-13-2007, 10:36 AM   #1
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Anti-Shake and Green Clean 1-2 Combo Wet/Dry Packs

Any body used the new Green Clean Wet & Dry Sensor Cleaners packets? If so, how'd they work? Not paying attention when useing the blower bulb, I touched the sensor covering glass. Now it has a nice, oily smudge on it that just won't do!!

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Just incase anybody wants to know, they worked wonderfully the second time. Make sure to use the "DRY" swab SLOWLY to absorb the cleaner from the first and remove any smudges.
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QuoteOriginally posted by GLThorne Quote
Just incase anybody wants to know, they worked wonderfully the second time. Make sure to use the "DRY" swab SLOWLY to absorb the cleaner from the first and remove any smudges.
Thanks for the info. I use the methanol (eclipse) + swabs method, but any new cleaning technique is always welcome.

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Never tried cleaning my sensor (other than bringing a dust blower to it). Is it difficult?

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Yeah, it works pretty good. My only concern when I used it was the amount of fluid that came out of it when I started swabbing. It was kind of freaky actually. Moving the dry swab slowly through that puddle sure dries it up nice though. Anyone considering this might want to use pecpads or something to remove some of the fluid before putting it on the sensor. I had a really sticky dust problem (pollen perhaps) that my big Rocketblower just wouldn't budge. The Greenclean did the trick. The nice thing is that it's easier to travel with too since it doesn't scream "FLUID CONTAINER!!!" to the airport screeners as badly as an Eclipse bottle does.
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