A&P Would you use these to clean your sensor?

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    If B&H sells it, it has to be good. My name is Girth and I approve the link above. :mamoru:
     
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    Oh, and I use swabs that are similar.
     
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    I roll my window down when I going through the Tiger-Tote Car Wash. The lack of weather-sealing allows it to dry pretty quick...wouldn't try it on a D300 though.
     
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    which ones do you have?
     
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    I don't know the brand, but I bought it at precision camera sometime last year.
     
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    I use Eclipse E2 and Sensor Swabs.

    Those packs you linked to would probably work, but that's kinda pricey...

    Google Copperhilll Method for a great site on sensor cleaning.
     
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    i saw that site before... but i couldnt find the cleaning swabs. and 24$ is cheap compared to everyone else i found.
     
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    I have used sensor swabs before. They work great.
     

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