Infrared and Ultra Violet Filters
Rifle scopes require regular upkeep to maintain peak performance.
These scopes have high-quality, multicoated lenses that provide higher resolution and color fidelity when looking through them. However, a dirty or smudged scope lens will decrease the brightness and sharpness of the image.
Cleaning a Rifle Scope
Use the Ultra Brush to remove smudges, moving from the center toward the outside edges.
Use the Soft-Tek Cloth to brush away particles from the lenses, moving from the center toward the outside edges.
For a more aggressive cleaning, use Premium Grade Lens Cleaning Tissue and Formula MC or LensBrite liquid lens cleaner.
Place a few drops of cleaner on the tissue and rub in a circular motion from the center of the lens toward edges.
Before the liquid dries, use a dry sheet of tissue and clean in a circular motion until the fluid is gone.
It is recommended that you cover the scope lens when not in use.
Ultra Brush unique fibers are ultra-soft for cleaning the delicate surfaces of camera lenses, binoculars, telescopes and other fine optics.
Soft-Tek cloth has non-woven fibers with extra thickness that allow the cloth to lift away grease and dirt from lens surfaces safely and quickly.
Premium Grade Lens Cleaning Tissue has a soft and virtually lint-free texture, specifically designed for cleaning lenses and has been manufactured to Federal Specification A-A-50177B
LensBrite Liquid Lens Cleaner is specifically designed to provide anti-fog action.
Formula MC Liquid Lens Cleaner is formulated to clean without leaving residue behind on the lens. Formula MC has been tested, approved and purchased by NASA for use on manned space flights.
Products listed are manufactured by Peca Products Inc. in Beloit, WI.
471 Burton Street, Beloit, WI 53511
Saturday, Sunday: Closed
Stock filters maybe returned for credit with prior authorization. Special ordered filters are not returnable.