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Size:2 Fl Oz (Pack of 2)

Are You Having Trouble Keeping Your Glasses Clean?

If smear tactics have befallen your eyeglasses, sunglasses or electronics, it’s time for image management with Cleanix glasses cleaning spray. Our streak-free formula that quickly lifts away fingerprint smudges and dust is perfect for every day use.

You Must Always Keep Your Eyeglasses Clean For A Clear Vision

As you wear it outside, it is very easy for the glasses to catch dirt and oils from outside. Also as you use your eyeglasses casually, they pick up fingerprints which may distort the vision. The sole purpose of cleaning your eyeglasses is to remove the residue or dirt without affecting the lenses. When you buy your eyeglasses you must ask about the ways to take care of them. If you don't take proper care of your glasses then they will not provide you a clear vision thereby increasing the eyestrain.


Perfect Solution For Your Vision And Multiple Uses

- Glasses cleaner;

- Laptop cleaner;

- Sunglass cleaner;

- Tablet cleaner;

- Screen cleaner;

- And many more…


Every glasses cleaner kit comes with two 2 oz glasses cleaners and two high quality microfiber cloths. It’s all packed in two separate snap pouches what you can easily carry around where ever you go. Leave one at home and take another one to work so your glasses are clean all the time. Please bear in mind that actual colour of the cloth may vary slightly from the actual product.


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Cleanix Glasses And Screen Cleaning Kit Will Clean Your Lenses And Electronic Devices Effortlessly

Cleanix glasses cleaning solution with unique microfiber cleaning cloth will clean all your eyeglasses and different screens without any trouble. Our cleaner is super easy to use - Simply spray it on the cloth or on the surface and then wipe it with microfiber cloth. If the surface is very dirty then repeat the process.

Cleanix eyeglass cleaning spray can also be used to clean other devices like tablets, iPads, smartphones, GPS devices, binoculars, camera lenses and many more. Our streak-free formula that quickly lifts away fingerprints and dust is perfect for everyday use.

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Clean Your Laptop, Smartphone, iPad or Eyeglasses With Cleanix

Most people have never used a special cleaning solution for their glasses or electronic devices. They don't even know if they should do it. The truth is that you should use a special product to take care of your lenses, laptop screens, iPads and other devices. Otherwise you might damage your screens or lenses. Here at Cleanix we have put together a special cleaning formula what does that effectively without any hassle.

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