ZEISS Lens Wipes and Cleaning Solutions
Gentle and professional cleaning solutions for your customers.
Offer your customers lens wipes and cleaning solutions for spectacle lenses, sunglasses, goggles, camera lenses and display screens to ensure safe and effective cleaning.
Lens cleaning wipes
Make lens cleaning simple, fast and easy for your customers with pre-moistened ZEISS Lens Cleaning Wipes. These wipes are specially designed for gentle cleaning of glass and plastic lenses, while on the move. These wipes work particularly well for smudge, dirt, grime, oil and fingerprint removal from high-precision coated lenses.
For those customers who prefer to use a separate cloth, ZEISS Lens Cleaning Spray is recommended.
Anti-fog wipes and spray
ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes provide fast and effective lens cleaning with the added benefit of fog prevention. Apply them to your lenses as needed to ensure clear and clean vision.
ZEISS AntiFog Kit is a convenient anti-fog spray and cloth. When used together, it can ensure clearer, more comfortable vision for customers, even when wearing a mask.
Keep your customers’ lenses clean and fog free.
Surfaces such as regular glasses or sunglasses lenses and digital display screens are frequently touched and can accumulate a lot of dirt and grime. Customers are looking for safe and effective hygiene routines for lenses and digital devices.
You may also come across customers who complain about foggy lenses, especially since wearing a mask in public has become the norm.
ZEISS Lens Cleaning Wipes
Offer your customers a gentle and effective cleaning of their lenses.
The ZEISS range of cleaning solutions includes specialised, easy-to-use cleaning wipes and sprays. These solutions effectively clean and remove germs, dirt and impurities from lenses. ZEISS pre-moistened lens wipes have been specifically developed for the gentle and effective cleaning of glass and plastic lenses. These hygiene must-haves are particularly effective for use on high-quality, coated precision lenses.
ZEISS AntiFOG Kit and Wipes
Stand out with ensuring your customers’ lenses can stay fog free.
It’s difficult to go about your day with lenses that keep fogging up. Luckily, there is a solution to the problem. The lens cleaning range from ZEISS also includes our ZEISS AntiFOG Wipes and AntiFOG Kit. Both products are designed as an easy-to-use solution that can keep lenses fog free for up to 72 hours.
ZEISS lens cleaning products have been extensively tested by COLTS, an independent laboratory. ZEISS Lens Wipes have been awarded the COLTS seal as a mark of quality and effectiveness.
It also confirms that our products provide a safe and gentle cleaning option for high-performance optical lenses.
Improved health and hygiene.
Washing your hands is a proven practice to ensure good hygiene, and helps prevent the spread of harmful germs, but it is not the only sensible protective measure that we should take. Cleaning items that you touch regularly, such as spectacles and digital devices, should also be part of our daily hygiene routines.
In 2018 a study was performed by Hochschule Furtwangen University in Germany to investigate the bacterial levels on spectacles and analyse the efficacy of four different cleaning methods to reduce microbial loads. The cleaning methods tested were moist alcohol and alcohol-free lens cleaning wipes, dry tissue, and dry microfabric cloth.
The results of the study were:
- All spectacles are contaminated with bacteria including potentially pathogenic ones and therefore should be considered as objects which could carry infection.1
- Of the four methods tested, moist lens cleaning wipes showed the most germ reduction at ≥99% (a vast reduction).1
- Cleaning with dry tissues and microfabric cloths showed lower levels of bacteria reduction.1
Evidently, wet cleaning with a moist lens cleaning wipe is more effective than simple mechanical cleaning with dry tissues and cloths.
Birgit Fritz, Anne Jenner, Siegfried Wahl, Christian Lappe, Achim Zehender, Christian Horn, Frithjof Blessing, Matthias Kohl, Focke Ziemssen, Markus Egert. (2018). A view to a kill? – Ambient bacterial load of frames and lenses of spectacles and evaluation of different cleaning methods. PLoS ONE 13(11): e0207238. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0207238