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Old 08-10-2002, 03:20 PM   #54
SABO
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Join Date: Aug 2002
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I give up, say as you please. However, these chemicals can cause harm to paintball lenses, (and many other types of plastics for that matter). It's your eyes, take care of them because I have seen the results of many who don't. If you want to take the risk, it is out of my hands but not for lack of trying. Talk to any optician, the people who make, cut, shape, and deal with these lenses day in and day out and they will tell you do not use cleaners with alcohol and/or solvents in them. They can break down the coatings and eventually the lens. It's your call. Use JUST water and a soft cloth, it will take care of your goggles. save you windex for the windows.
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