If that's coated glass you surely don't want to use Windex on it. Go to any camera shop and buy a bottle of camera lens cleaning solution and lens cleaning wipes. That's also what you should use to clean your projector lenses.
~ The Sultan of Cheap ~
[This message has been edited by RobertWood (edited 08-20-2001).]
Yes, indeed, Windex does work as will general lens cleaners. To copy from another thread, the coatings are very durable and even the glass manufacturer uses Windex. Once the worst is removed, I then just breathe on the glass and use a clean tissue to remove the smears. Sometimes this requires a second clean tissue if the first does not finish the job.
Manny, it often depends not on the coating but on the glass material itself (if it's a good coating). I am also assuming that people are not cleaning the Panamorph anywhere nearly as much as their eyeglasses. However, it is a good point that, as a minimum, the tissue or cloth should be nonabrasive.
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