The other day I had a discussion with another photographer & he told me that once his lense was wet & he put it under the sun to "dry" it. Was discussing that sunlight UV ray 'could' kill fungus spores. I wonder if anyone heard about this? If this is true. I have this crazy idea of obtaining a UV light to "kill" the fungus spores in the lense before putting in the dry cabinet. This will reduce any chances of encouraging fungus growth.
Juz some crazy idea of mine...
Of course if the lense were coated with anti-fungus material that would be best...but no one will buy any replacement lenses anymore