Cleaning solutions on air travel


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knoxknocks

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Wanted to check if anyone's got experience/problems bringing Eclipse cleaning solution on board a plane in their camera bags since it's a solvent?

It's technically against regulations right?

Thanks!
 

Tzuen

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Technically, Visible Dust's sensor brush does not use alchol and sensor clean is non-alcoholic. www.visibledust.com
 

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knoxknocks said:
Wanted to check if anyone's got experience/problems bringing Eclipse cleaning solution on board a plane in their camera bags since it's a solvent?

It's technically against regulations right?

Thanks!
I had a hardly used bottle of Eclipse solution taken from me as I was about to board a domestic flight within New Zealand. Worst of all is that they do not have a system to retain the item for a while before throwing it away...
 

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Wow didn't know they are so careful checking for this now. I guess compressed air is also out of the question :(
 

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StreetShooter said:
Actually the water they serve you in the little plastic cups (ok I always fly economy) is also a solvent. In fact, it's a universal solvent.
Its not solvents that they're worried about, but flammable liquids
 

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