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Old 22-08-2019, 08:29 AM
Mickoid (Michael)
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Originally Posted by LostInSp_ce View Post
Mick for what it's worth I was always told by manufacturers to do what some of the others said first but then to finish off with a wipe of distilled water. Also have you ever considered getting a portable dehumidifier like the ones used in gun safes? They work a treat for getting rid of moisture around scopes. I have one fixed to the inside of lens cap which keeps inside the hood dry. Then I use a desiccant cap in the focuser end. The dehumidifier lasts about 3-4 weeks between charges and has a ten year life span.

Here's a link to one similar to mine. https://www.eva-dry.com/product/e-33...-dehumidifier/
Thanks for that, might look into buying one, they're not too expensive either.

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Originally Posted by ngcles View Post
Hi Mick,

If you don't feel confident enough to tackle the job yourself, I'd recommend:

https://www.rogersopticsrestoration....9SyVLIlKqr_yUw

Best,

L.
Will certainly give the guy a call once he's back from leave. Pity he's based in Sydney, not many options of places that do that type of thing here in Melbourne. Thanks for the recommendation.
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