Are there any instructions out there for cleaning the IR camera lens? At my level one class, I was told how to do it and what to use (Kim Wipes I think) and also use some cleaner? It went so quick and I don't have any notes or "how to's".

I now have a FLUKE Ti32. I have been doing inspections in attics with fiberglass and have some dust on the lens, or so it looks (could be microfibers of glass dust). Is there any advice or picture led instructions out there for this? I remember Greg saying something like a 100 wipes of the lens, or something before it is compromised?!. Big investment, so I am scared to touch it!

How many of you out there use a plastic bag around your camera? Any brand of plastic bag or wrap that works best?

 

Thanks.

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