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 11-21-2003, 21:50 Post: 69317
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Peters, Murf or anyone else. Any of you guys know where I can buy a small amount of pure Ethylene Glycol (say a gallon) and some MONAWET MO-70%(pint would work)?

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 11-22-2003, 09:45 Post: 69343
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You having problems with your glasses fogging up Billy? Maybe you have already seen this.






Link:   LIQUID EYEGLASS CLEANER AND "ANTI-FOG" 

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 11-22-2003, 09:52 Post: 69344
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Here is another manufacturer's MSDS and contact info.






Link:   Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Sulfosuccinate 

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 11-22-2003, 10:03 Post: 69346
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Here is a lead on the reagent grade Ethylene Glycol.






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 11-22-2003, 10:08 Post: 69347
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Last link Billy...promise! Wink yeah right Here is a link to the full listing of chemicals they sell. Might be able to do one stop shopping or at least they could direct you to who can hook you up.






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 11-22-2003, 10:28 Post: 69350
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Billy,
Hilary is not going to win. Everything will be OK.

Now take a deep breath and step away from the chemicals with your hands in plain sight..... :>






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 11-22-2003, 11:45 Post: 69352
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You are exactly right Chief. If you wear glasses and never used this stuff, you've been missing out. I bought some years ago and can no longer find it anywhere. It's the BEST lens cleaner ever made, hands down.

Just thought if I can't find it to buy, I'll make my own.

Mark :P

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 11-22-2003, 17:44 Post: 69360
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Now if Billy starts asking for some glycerin, 98 molar Nitric acid, & dry ice; we'll need to get him some counciling. Wink yeah right






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 11-23-2003, 06:59 Post: 69379
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I think maybe I'll try to find some too. My wife still thinks it's strange that I drizzle liquid dish washing detergent on my glasses and rub them under a running tap. 'You're using enough detergent to wash a whole sink of dishes' she says. It sort of gets them clean and is convenient though.

Chief: I think I recognize that recipe and it doesn't produce dirty dishes.






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 11-23-2003, 10:04 Post: 69397
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I used to have a real problem with glasses when I was on winter foot patrol. I would walk out of a -15 outside air temp into a warm smoky bar full of thugs and go blind because the glasses fogged over.

There was nothing I could find that would fix that problem and I learned to anticipate when they would fog over and just take them off until the materials in the lenses warmed to room temp.

I have been similarly frustrated with keeping glasses clean, especially coated lenses with seem to attract grease and dirt out of nowhere.

I have finally settled a system that starts with a hot tap water rinse for the glasses and my fingers to remove any abrasive dust. This is followed by a liberal application of Windex that I rub into the glass with my fingers, paying special attention to the area where the lenses meet the metal frames to remove any grease.

This is followed by another hot water rinse and a thorough drying with a paper towel or a clean cotton cloth.

I have not found anything that works better yet...






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