1. TGHC45

    TGHC45 Aug 22, 2018

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    Hi

    Can anyone recommend a better way to clean the glass?

    I have been using the cloth provided by Tag Heuer that came in the box but unfortunately it's not cleaning it properly.

    Thanks
     
  2. MRC

    MRC Aug 22, 2018

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    Fingermarks? Go into an optician's shop and buy lens wipes. My favourite for spectacles and smartphones are Zeiss brand. If you are in France there is a brand available in les magasins Carrefour that I like too, in a magenta/purple packet (sorry, none to hand to check brand name).

    Be careful though, there are things available in similar-sized packets that will leave nasty smears :rolleyes:
     
  3. TGHC45

    TGHC45 Aug 22, 2018

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    Would these work ? :) 15349644607601381763929.jpg
     
  4. MRC

    MRC Aug 22, 2018

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    Should do, although I find the cheaper ones do leave some light smears which generally can be polished off with a clean handkerchief. The Zeiss ones are £3.00 for 32 but each can do two pairs of glasses if done quickly before the alcohol evaporates.
     
  5. TGHC45

    TGHC45 Aug 22, 2018

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    Thanks MRC
     
  6. dtf

    dtf Aug 23, 2018

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    I generally breath on it and then wipe it on my shirt ;)
     
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  7. TGHC45

    TGHC45 Aug 23, 2018

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    :)
     
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  8. kwilcox

    kwilcox Aug 24, 2018

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    Its synthetic sapphire. That's exactly what I do also. Works great!
     
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  9. Delta50

    Delta50 Dec 13, 2018

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    I use this by Monster iClean their MircoFiber Blue cloth w/o the solution and it does a great job. IMG_1733.gif
     
  10. Remo

    Remo Dec 14, 2018

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    The most efficient way by far is to use your shirt cuff. If the dirt is more substantial or you would like to add a more personal touch, you can also add a little bit of saliva :D:confused:.
     
  11. dtf

    dtf Dec 14, 2018

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    Microscope or laptop wipes also work well.
     
  12. kwilcox

    kwilcox Dec 14, 2018

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    don't forget the steel wool for those stubborn spots.
     
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