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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 06-16-2016 11:55 AM

Try this first, it might be free and won’t hurt. Dryer sheets really have an anti static effect, just make sure you get one that’s been through the dryer once (fresh ones make a mess on your lenses). So if you use these in the laundry it might be a quick test to try one out. I like the Bounce sheets, but I’m guessing they all work fairly well. Just rub the lenses with periodically (like every other day or so). Store it in a zip lock bag, one will last quite a while before it loses it’s effect.

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