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Dec 29, 2008 12:47 |  #1

The good and the bad.

If only the items were really $15

One wipe with the microfiber cloth they supplied....

So all my filters came dirty with dust and stuff, it wasn't a big deal. I ended up using the rocket blower to clean it off. I accidentally dropped one of my filters and it broke into three parts. Actually I managed to piece it back together. I ran it under some water to clean my finger prints off but I stupidly used a bounty towel to absorb all the water. I didn't realize the filters were that sensitive. The filter has millions of tiny scratches similar to my last filter, but its no big deal. I mean these microscopic scratches can't be seen anyways.


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