Thursday, February 26, 2009

OptiMax


I hate dirty screens. Since I began using computers, a significant part of my life has involved trying to find ways of keeping the path between my retina and the image I am surveying as pure as possible.

A few years ago, I came across a product called OptiMax. I can't remember how, although I seem to remember it was via a Sigma SD9 user forum. What I do know is that I ordered a shipment of them from Robert Petersen at their website.

Robert claims that...

"Our secret process utilizes seven different industry methodologies in a forty-five step formulation procedure that's accomplished in a class 100 clean room environment.

"Just one mix of OptiMax takes over nine hours from start to finish."

"Our exclusive manufacturing process enables OptiMax to clean below the level of one molecule, thus our cleaner removes all static electricity."

Now, this gives me the shivers, because it sounds more like a homeopathy cure than something I'm going to invest in.

However, I do think this product works. Screens that I apply it to stay cleaner for longer. And marks that refuse to be removed by other products, seem to disappear when I use OptiMax.

Just my 2p'orth.
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2 comments:

BJMonkey said...

Such a 'pure' product.
Something got cocked up when they tried to do the same with the website huh?

brett jordan said...

:-)

 
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