Handling & Caring for Your Eyeglass Cleaning Cloth
Keep your eyeglass cleaning cloth in a clean area where outside dust, dirt and chemicals cannot attach to the fibers. Use the lens cleaning cloth only on your glasses or small lenses to prolong lifespan.
When cleaning a microfiber cloth, avoid using fabric softener as it has particles that cling to the surface which may scratch the lens. Allow the eyeglass cleaning cloth to air dry. The exposure to high heat from a dryer can cause fibers to melt. Cleaning your microfiber cloth should be done at least once a month, but will vary depending on the number of uses and the surfaces used on. Cleaning the microfiber cloth often will reduce buildup of dirt and dust particles and avoid scratching lenses or glasses.
Z Clear Eyeglass Cleaning Cloth:
The best eyeglass cleaning cloth is a revolutionary polyester/polyamide fabric that is 100 times finer than human hair, containing 90,000 microfibers per square inch. The fiber content for an eyeglass cleaning cloth should be a perfect 80% polyester 20% polyamide blend to reduce loose fibers and increase oil absorption. A microfiber cloth is similar to a typical nanofiber, but tends to stay cleaner for longer. The material in a microfiber cloth is able to go beyond the surface layer to give a deeper cleaning on glasses. A microfiber cloth guarantees a quick and easy, scratch free cleaning on all surfaces.
What to Use On:
This eyeglass cleaning cloth works great on anything especially for small lenses such as glasses, googles, cameras, GoPros and electronic screens. Be aware, larger surface areas will require cleaning the microfiber lens cloth more frequently.