|ROR is a product I've used for over 20 years and it's still the VERY BEST lens cleaning fluid there is!|
ROR is NOT your average lens cleaner. Everything gets coated with a microscopic oil residue caused by environmental pollution. ROR is the first one designed to remove this oil residue. It cleans like no other lens cleaning solution. In a National Bureau of Standards test, ROR actually increased optical resolution 40% over cleaning with standard lens cleaners. When you clean a lens with ROR you will observe a measurable difference in brightness and clarity. Because ROR removes microscopic oil residue, dust has nothing to adhere to, allowing the surface to remain cleaner longer. Used by NASA as an integral part of space flights, and by such optics manufacturers as Leica, Hasselblad, and Bausch & Lomb. It has been tested and used on everything from multicoated lenses to beryllium surfaced contacts and has been proven to be the finest and safest lens cleaner on the market.
ROR has many uses for your business, home and hobbies. It is one of the most versatile cleaning agents available. Some of the items that ROR can be used on includes:
- Camera lenses
- Camera surfaces (metal and plastic)
- Video Camera lenses
- Video Camera surfaces (metal and plastic)
- Microscope lenses
- Projection lenses
- Television, Computer and Studio Monitors
- Flat Screen TV's
- Spotting scopes
- Night Vision Optics
- Enlarging lenses
- Medical Lenses
- Cell Phone Screens
- CD’s, DVD’s
- etc., etc.
|Recommendations for use|
As with any lens cleaning, first blow away any loose residue from the lens. This will help assure that there's nothing abrasive on the lens before cleaning.
We then recommend you put ROR on a clean microfiber lens cleaning cloth. Note: We recommend washing (in water only - no soap!) and drying new micro fiber cloths before using for the first time and we DON'T recommend putting ANY lens cleaning solution directly on a lens as the liquid may make it's way between the glass and the lens mount, loosening any adhesive material used in the manufacture of the lens.
Gently wipe the cloth in a circular motion starting in the center and working your way towards the edges.