Where to buy cleaning kit cheap?


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mcn

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tell you

almost every photolab retial otlet

various from dirt cheapos ($5)...
 

Galdor

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Yup you can get from any photolabs, electronic stores (eg. Courts, Harvey Norman) or Camera shops (eg Cathay Photo). Price range from $5 - 10 only.
 

cjtune

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You can get good microfibre cloth at Daiso... S$2 nia for a 1/2 foot^2 piece.
Plastic sheet LCD screen protectors too. Get the DVD player-sized one (approx 4x6 inches).
 

deckard

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get from clean room! Free!!! :bsmilie: ;p
 

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The blower of those 'kit' are usually pathetic. So just spened another $10 for a jumbo blower. Never ever use a canned compress air no matter how tempting they are.
 

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I know what u did last summer!
btw..anyone use IPA to clean lens??? :dunno:
IPA leaves some kind of oily residue. I'll still use pure ethanol/alcohol to clean up after IPA or any other cleaning fluid.
 

ipin

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The blower of those 'kit' are usually pathetic. So just spened another $10 for a jumbo blower.
agreed! they dun do an effective job and may be worse than before using it! :bsmilie:
 

cjtune

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The blower of those 'kit' are usually pathetic. So just spened another $10 for a jumbo blower. Never ever use a canned compress air no matter how tempting they are.
Yeah.. my brushed blower is only acceptable being a brush, and the brush will eventually get saturated with dust.

I have a can of compressed air to clean electronics I bought from Challenger.. it will frost up anything that is near the exiting air jet. If the temperature drop is so severe till it develops frost, I wouldn't want to use it on anything delicate lest it cracks that thing.
 

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I bought the reputable Blower A*F (switzerland made) and a LENSPEN DigiLkear brush..
very good leh....together cost me $26.. but should last me a life time lor..:) :heart:
 

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Where to buy cleaning kit (dust blower, cloth for lense etc)for camera cheap, and how much one cost?
Cheap stuff may not be good, good stuff may not be cheap.

I stick to the Giottos Jumbo blower as well as a Kinetronics cleaning kit. :thumbsup:
 

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