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jeffreythe00 09-11-2013 11:16 PM

Need your optics cleaned? feeler
 
Hey guys,

I wanted to see if anyone needs their optics cleaned. I see quite a few threads popup now and then about "why does the dot of my laser look like this?"

I recently purchased a lens cleaning polymer from this site. Photonic Cleaning Technologies (Note: I do not have any affiliation with this website.) Their product works better than any other cleaning method I have tried.

I understand their product is kinda pricey and not everyone might want to buy 1oz of it. I was told that a general rule of thumb is, 1oz cleans about 15 1" optics. So I'm going to offer a sort of "cleaning service" for those who may not want to spend 50$ on a bottle of cleaner.


So let me know if anyone would be interested in this kind of service. Price may vary depending on the amount and size of optics you guys want cleaned.

I should also be getting my Coherent 20W meter back from mariomaster soon so I could even offer "Free LPMing" when you send your laser in to be cleaned.

ultimatekaiser 09-11-2013 11:39 PM

Re: Need your optics cleaned? feeler
 
Fantastic find! +1

hakzaw1 09-15-2013 02:12 AM

Re: Need your optics cleaned? feeler
 
wow

I hear that stuff while spendy does a super job- well worth sending to you and having a free metering too!! that is the icing on the cake- not only for those with NO meter- get one checked by you and then they will know if their LPM needs calibration- double ... no triple win!!

PLUS 3 coming -- hak

hwang21 09-15-2013 02:34 AM

Re: Need your optics cleaned? feeler
 
Excellent find :beer:

Things 09-15-2013 03:04 AM

Re: Need your optics cleaned? feeler
 
Save yourselves some money .. I've had a bottle of this stuff for over 4 years now and I'm not even 1/2 way through it: First Contact Polymer Optics Cleaner - opticlean

Beware though, it will NOT work on plastic lenses! It simply melts them!


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