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Old 05-05-2009, 07:53 AM   #154
untouchable_dlc
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Join Date: May 2009
Location: Idaho
A little tip: Use a microfiber cloth. You can find one at a walmart for a couple of bucks. It doesn't damage your lens (obviously) and it cleans it much better than using a regular towel. I have never had to use any water or solvent to clean my mask and it's in perfect shape. If you use a regular towel over and over again, eventually you'll get little scratches in your lens. I bring a microfiber cloth with me when I go paintballing and if I get hit in the lens I just wipe it off when I get off the field with no problems. I've had my $20 mask for a while now and you can't see a single microscopic scratch on it at all, and I never had it fog up, because we all know how badly those solvents will mess up your fog resistant.
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