Lens cleaning cloth featuring The Interior of the Theatre at Besancon Reflected in the Pupil of an Eye by Claude-Nicolas Ledoux, Paris, 1804. This etching, probably by Ledox himself, is an embodiment of his concept of all architecture as a spectacle of which the architect is both author and spectator. Soane shared his interest in spatial compositions that stimulated the senses and the imagination of the viewer. He purchased Ledoux's work as soon as it appeared in 1804, and was one of the first people to do so.
This cloth cleans all types of lenses and screens, including plastic, mineral and AR coated lenses. It is ideal for glasses, sunglasses, cameras, mobile phones, tablets and laptops. It is machine washable, and durable with repeat washing.
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