REMEMBER: When cleaning with PEC-12 one pass with very light pressure will clean non water-based stains. If one light pass doesn’t appear to have an effect on a stain, it may be water-based and further rubbing will not help, and may damage an emulsion. When cleaning areas which are heavily soiled (laser separation oil, heavy ink marks, tape residue etc.) use more than one PAD to avoid smearing the stain. You may rotate the PEC*PAD to expose a clean area and thus clean several images before discarding.
USING PEC*PADS ON OPTICAL GLASS SURFACES (not sensors) WITH ECLIPSE or AEROCLIPSE :
When properly used with Eclipse Optic Cleaner or AEROCLIPSE , PEC*PADs make it possible to clean only the dirty portion of a lens or other optical surface which eliminates the problem of “hazy swirls”. Simply dispense several drops onto a clean, folded PEC*PAD and lightly wipe surface in a single direction. Start at the center and work your way to the outer edge. Slide the PEC*PAD off the edge of the lens – never from the center. Handle the PAD as little as possible to minimize transference of finger oils. Refold pad to expose a clean side and re-wipe as necessary.
When gently used, PEC*PADs are safe to clean plexiglass and are ideal for cleaning picture frames, glass, CD’s etc.
PEC*PADs are NOT recommended for cleaning CCD sensors in 35mm DSLRs. Because we cannot control how carefully you handle the material while storing, folding, assembling, or applying our Eclipse or AEROCLIPSE, Photographic Solutions cannot approve or warranty the CCD or any camera part from any damage caused by homemade swabs or kits assembled by third party resellers. PEC*PAD FAQ