When I bought my eyeglasses this past year at LensCrafters, I also bought a kit by iseries at the same time. I figured I would need something to keep my eyeglasses in good shape. They had this handy kit which included a spray bottle of cleaner, wipes and lens towels. I don't remember the exact price of how much the kit cost; there may have been a discount on it, since I bought the items in a kit. Each item has an individual price listed, except the lens towels.
The bottle of cleaner is 2 oz. and individually costs $2.49. It is safe for any lens or coating. It is not for use on contacts. The spray contains isopropanol and should not be ingested. When I use it, it thoroughly cleans my glasses and leaves them sparkling.
The box of wipes contain 18 pre-moistened lens towelettes and individually costs $3.49. I take the wipes with me so I can clean my glasses on the go. Each wipe is in a little foil packet. They contain isopropanol and should not be used on contact lenses. I saw on the packaging that these can be used to clean: computer screens, camera lenses and binoculars.
To use the towelettes, I take the folded wet cloth from the packet. First, I lightly brush off the dirt. Then, I unfold it and wipe the entire surface until it's clean.
The box of lens towels contains 24 towels. The lens towels don't have the price on the box. They are called lens towels, but they are much like tissues. Yet these are way better than typical tissues because they don't leave dust and lint allover your glasses lenses. These are safe to use on any lens or coating. These can also be used to clean: computer screens, camera lenses and binoculars. Don't use these on contact lenses.
Using the lens towels is really simple. I spray the back and front of my lenses and then wipe with a dry towel.
I really like this kit; each product does was it says. I've had the kit for a while and I still have a lot left.