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Posted by Anonymous on
Soak in a product like lime away first. Glass lenses cant warp without heat. Plastic even crystal type can absorb minerals. Ultrasonic can help clean all of them. The lime away will remove almost all trace minerals, lye or powdered drain cleaner will remove organics. Gool luck let me know how these ideas woek for you.
Posted on Jan 05, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello--I understand that you need at least 600x to view bacteria and some say 1500+ so 40x doesn't seem to be in the right mag. area at all--not sure this helps much.You could purchase a 100x obj. and 10/15x eyepieces but will probably be into oil immersion for the obj.Possibly a 20x eyepiece + a 60x obj will give you a degree of definition.I use a SEBEN Bino with this combi and it gives a small view but not good.kind regards martin r
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
While the outer lens surfaces will be clean, the inner components may be affected or even damaged.
Microscope objectives are complex constructions.
It is too risky.
Posted on May 07, 2014
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