Isopropyl alcohol is perfect for cleaning all optical components. It removes virtually all possible contaminants from optical surfaces, while being very safe for their delicate surfaces.
• contains isopropyl alcohol (IPA) with high purity (99.8%) READ THIS : A SHORT OPTICAL CLEANING GUIDE
• removes virtually all dirt found on optics
• ideal for cleaning the optics of telescopes, binoculars, telescopes, camera lenses, night vision lenses etc.
• is chemically neutral for a wide spectrum of materials used in optics and electronics
• leaves no traces
Isopropanol can be used as a disinfectant, e.g. as a hand lotion.
Typically 75% IPA is used, hydrogen peroxide in concentrations from 0.125% to 1% (less for people with sensitive skin, higher H2O2 concentration is very effective on viruses), glycerin 1.45% (prevents skin dryness, you can also glycerin (use aloe vera gel).
The prepared IPA-based agent can be used directly on the hands or soaked in wipes (e.g. made of interlining) and stored sealed in a string pouch, for disinfection when needed.
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