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Monocular Cleaning

Do not make the mistake of using just water to clean dirt and grime. Using soaps and other cleaning agents could leave abrasions and even mean that some of that has entered inside the gadget. The best way to clean it is to use a non-solvent cleaning solution, one that is found at leading binocular stores. Use an extremely soft brush to clean around the corners and also to ensure that not even the slightest of marks are caused on the lens surface.

Cleaning a monocular should be at regular intervals say like once every two months and not once in six months. If you happen to use it fairly often then you should clean it after you are done using it and then place it in the case. If you have any difficulties cleaning certain parts of the gadget then it would be a good idea to take it to a binocular store and have them do the cleaning for you. Binocular stores do tend to have special cleaning solutions that would result in better cleaning.

The worst thing that you can do to your monocular is to leave it under sunlight. Even if you are trekking or camping do carry the case along with you so that as soon as you are done using it you can place the gadget inside the case immediately. Even when you are done cleaning the monocular keep it away from sunlight.

All things said, you need to ensure that you clean the monocular at regular intervals to ensure it serves you well and for a long time.