Is Your Eyesight worth 30 seconds a day to you?
Is the comfort of seeing better worth 30 seconds?
Using a tiny smudge on your fingers, you just touch each side of your lens, inside and out, and while it’s wet, wipe with a clean 100% cotton or microfiber cloth for two to three seconds. Then apply the cleaner to the second lens and again wipe it for two or three seconds.
Then turn your cotton or microfiber cloth to a clean dry area and wipe each lens one more time.
That first wipe of the cloth will spread the Optic Guard(R) evenly to each side of the lens, the second wipe will remove the soap and all dirt from your lens.
People ask me all the time if this will remove scratches from a lens. Simply put, NO. Once scratched, the lens will remain scratched forever.
The best way to keep scratches off your lens is to never let them GET scratched. This is a lot easier than people think, and a few precautions will help.
However, that being said, Optic Guard(R) WILL remove dirt from scratches, making small scratches seem to disappear, and larger scratches will be clean enough to see through or aound without giving you eye fatigue or headaches.
NEVER, EVER use anything made of paper to wipe your glasses. All paper contains bits and pieces of wood, and sometimes even tiny bits of dirt or abrasive material. Using 100% cotton or Microfiber will rid you of these problems.
NEVER, EVER use a shirt or T-shirt you are wearing to wipe your glasses. After a few seconds of wearing clothing, it starts to pick up particles of dust. Dust is an abrasive. If you feel you HAVE to wipe your glasses during the day, carry a men’s handkerchief. These are washable and made of 100% cotton.
If you have a case for your glasses, be very careful when you put your glasses into that case. These cases all seem to have a velvet interior. This is a magnet to dust, and dry dust IS an abrasive. You probably have, or were given a small 4″ or 5″ square of microfiber cloth that was included when you got your glasses. This can be used to wipe your glasses occasionally, but that was NOT the intended use for this cloth. It is for wrapping your glasses BEFORE placing them into the case. IF you use that cloth for cleaning or wiping your glasses, be sure to wash it OFTEN. Just take it to the kitchen sink weekly, rinse it with water, squirt some liquid dish soap on the cloth, and wash it for a few seconds. Then rinse it thoroughly, lay it over the dish strainer for a few minutes and let it dry. Within minutes you can put it back in your case or pocket for the next time you use it. Remember, dry dust is an abrasive and you want to remove all that dust and dirt before using it on your glasses.
When washing your 100% cotton cloth or microfiber cloth, just throw it in with the clothes you are washing, but wash without softener or those towelettes in your dryer. Softeners are an oil base product and this will put oil on your cloth. Now you’ll have an oiled cloth that you are trying to clean your glasses with.
I love watching peoples reactions when I clean their glasses and hand them back saying “Please try to stay Calm when you put these back on.” That never fails to get a grin or a laugh.
Optic Guard(R) can be used on anything made of glass or plastic, coated or not coated, such as gun scopes, binoculars, microscopes, camera lens, TV and Computer screens, bathroom mirrors, motorcycle goggles and helmet visors, diving masks, ski masks, smart phones, touch pads, even the inside of a windshield to prevent fogging.
Optic Guard(R) is a US manufactured product. It is manufactured in Joplin, MO. The contents of Optic Guard are totally hypo-allergenic, it contains water, Coconut Powered Soap, Glycerin, and coloring (yellow 5 and blue 1) to give it the same green color it has had since before I started with the company in 1991. It comes with a Satisfaction Guarantee and has absolutely NO ODOR.
The 1 ounce bottle of Optic Guard(R) has enough cleaner to use on one pair of glasses, daily, for four years, or a supply for two people using it daily for two years. The price is only $14.95 (or three bottles for $35) plus shipping to any place in the US or Canada. Shipping is via Priority Mail and I only charge what the Post Office charges me, $5.30 per package (subject to change at the whim of the Post Office), up to five bottles for one shipping charge.
I have now added Europe and Japan as countries that I ship too, so now I actually DO ship world wide. If you are ordering from any place other than USA or Canada, use the second set of buttons for your Buy Now Options.
Payment is via PayPal, just click on one of the buttons at the very bottom of this article to “buy now,” and your shipment will be on it’s way to you within 24 hours of receipt of payment.
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You may have noticed that I added the (R) to each instance of naming Optic Guard(R). The manufacturer contacted me and asked that I place that there, since this IS a Registered TM Product. Thank you Alice for pointing that out to me.
The first Buy Now Button is for US orders only. If you are in Canada, use the second button. Asia or Europe (UK, France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Greece, or any other country that is approved for shipments from USA), please click on the third Buy Now Button. I had to change the shipping charges to Canada, Europe and Asia once I found out the actual cost of Postal Services. When you receive your shipment you will see that I spent exactly what I charge for shipping, I do NOT inflate shipping charges to increase my profit.