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i read a lot of posts here but never here much on cleaning these 3d glasses. what do you recommend to use to clean these glasses. i no that xpand has them. but a little expensive. any information please have a nice day
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i read a lot of posts here but never here much on cleaning these 3d glasses. what do you recommend to use to clean these glasses. i no that xpand has them. but a little expensive. any information please have a nice day

If it's just smudges or fingerprints use a dry microfiber cloth.

If there is like candy stuck to them or something then take a slightly (barely wet) paper towel to try and get it off.
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Don't press on both front and back of the glasses with a paper or cloth simultaneously. My shutter glasses come with a warning about that.

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Microfiber cloth, do not use chemicals, and remember to not wipe both sides of one lens at the same time since too much pressure can damage the liquid crystal layer.

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thanks for the help. great information there.
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The Samsung web site has some info on cleaning the glasses.

http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/...&PROD_SUB_ID=0
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My PS3 3d glasses came in a soft pouch - the pouch doubles as a microfiber cleaning towlette. Oakley does this too with their sunglasses.
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The best way to clean your glasses is taking a Little of cotton wool or cotton wool ball preferably medical use to prevent dirt or trash in the same.
Always! clean softly one side of the lens at a time to prvent damage to lcd. If the glasses are very dirty or have grease that this is very common perform the same procedure but adding a few drops of water and dry it with a new cotton. Never use cotton which you used to clean other lens. I hope you serve. This works for me great!
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