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    Default Daniel Hunter Cleaning Tips

    It's preferable to clean your Daniel Hunter sunglasses with a mild soap. However, if you would like to use glass cleaner it is imperative to use one that does not contain ammonia, as this will strip the UV coating right off of the lens.
    Dry your sunglasses with a soft cloth or chamois and store in a protective case to prevent scratches. To maintain proper fit, tighten sunglass frames from time to time with an appropriate screwdriver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    It's preferable to clean your Daniel Hunter sunglasses with a mild soap. However, if you would like to use glass cleaner it is imperative to use one that does not contain ammonia, as this will strip the UV coating right off of the lens.
    Dry your sunglasses with a soft cloth or chamois and store in a protective case to prevent scratches. To maintain proper fit, tighten sunglass frames from time to time with an appropriate screwdriver.
    Great tips Beckifera. I just read on Lens 101 that rubbing alcohol is a good way to remove stains from your sunglasses, but won't that take the UV coating off as effectively as ammonia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spongebob View Post
    Great tips Beckifera. I just read on Lens 101 that rubbing alcohol is a good way to remove stains from your sunglasses, but won't that take the UV coating off as effectively as ammonia?
    In my brief search of the Internet, I did not come across any warnings that alcohol is harmful to UV coatings on sunglasses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyecaramba View Post
    In my brief search of the Internet, I did not come across any warnings that alcohol is harmful to UV coatings on sunglasses.

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    I'm going to take eyecaramba's word for it and assume that isopropyl alcohol is safe for cleaning sunglasses. Just make sure they're dry before you put them on. Alcohol fumes in the eyes is not a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresa View Post
    I'm going to take eyecaramba's word for it and assume that isopropyl alcohol is safe for cleaning sunglasses. Just make sure they're dry before you put them on. Alcohol fumes in the eyes is not a good thing.
    Well, I suppose that's good enough for me until someone comes along and says "You're completely wrong."

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    That sounds reasonable to me. I've been around Lens 101 long enough to know that people who read it are not shy about disagreeing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresa View Post
    I'm going to take eyecaramba's word for it and assume that isopropyl alcohol is safe for cleaning sunglasses. Just make sure they're dry before you put them on. Alcohol fumes in the eyes is not a good thing.
    Good idea, Fresa. Listen to me. I'd never steer you wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyecaramba View Post
    Good idea, Fresa. Listen to me. I'd never steer you wrong.
    Oh, I believe you, eyecaramba.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyecaramba View Post
    In my brief search of the Internet, I did not come across any warnings that alcohol is harmful to UV coatings on sunglasses.

    Is there someone who has done more studying who would like to sign in and tell us what you know?
    Thanks for checking. I guess we just have to wait for that person to come along with information about the effects of rubbing alcohol on sunglasses. Until then, we'll just have to remain pretty sure that rubbing alcohol won't hurt your sunglasses, but not completely sure.

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    Thanks for the cleaning tips everybody. We all know how annoying it is to have a big ol' fingerprint on the lens of our sunglasses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelpMeRhonda View Post
    Thanks for the cleaning tips everybody. We all know how annoying it is to have a big ol' fingerprint on the lens of our sunglasses.
    No! Don't touch the sunglasses!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelpMeRhonda View Post
    Thanks for the cleaning tips everybody. We all know how annoying it is to have a big ol' fingerprint on the lens of our sunglasses.
    Too funny! That picture is perfect!

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