Mack's Lens Wipes Cleaning Towelettes - 30 Towelettes
Mack's pre-moistened, individually wrapped lens wipes are a convenient one-step cleaning solution for crystal clear: eyeglasses, computer screens, camera lenses, binoculars, scopes, goggles, portable electronic devices, etc. Mack's Lens Wipes Cleaning Towelettes are specially formulated for cleaning glass, plastic, and polycarbonate. The special tri-sealed Mack's Pack holds in moisture for longer life. Extra large 8" x 5" wipes are saturated with Mack's unique anti-fog, anti-static, and anti-streak formula.
Handy pre-moistened wipes fit anywhere!
- Sports bag
- Camera bag
- Glove box
Lens Wipes FAQ
Are these lens wipes safe to use on plastic surfaces?
Mack's Lens Wipes are specifically formulated for cleaning glass, plastic, and polycarbonate.
How are the lens wipes packaged?
Each wipe comes wrapped in it's own packet, making it convenient to store anywhere.
The wipes feel much dryer than typical "wet wipes" that you use for cleaning hands and such. Why is that?
Len wipes are specifically designed to clean flatter hard surfaces and to dry quickly so that you can see clearly and safely in a hurry.
Do Mack's Lens Wipes have anti-fog properties?
Yes, they are not only anti-fog, but also anti-static and anti-streak.
Are these lens wipes safe to use on my anti-reflective coated lenses, computer screens and large-screen televisions?
Mack's lens wipes contain alcohol. While alcohol is a very effective cleaning agent, it may be damaging to some anti-reflective coatings. Please check with the manufacturer of your lenses and/or electronic components regarding their cleaning recommendations and follow their guidelines. Mack's is not responsible for damage caused by misuse.
In 1962, Raymond Benner, an up-and-coming symphony orchestra musician crossed paths with an elderly pharmacist who wanted to sell his earplug business. The cost was $2,000, and the business was said to earn $1,400 per year. Benner's wife, Cecilia, liked the challenge so a deal was struck to purchase the company, McKeon Products, Inc. Their only product, Mack's Earplugs (named after the previous owner) was made of a moldable clay mixture. Benner was happy with the earplugs, but believed they could be improved. He wanted to make the earplugs more comfortable to increase wearability. Also, being the avid swimmer he was, he thought a stickier, more malleable substance would better seal out water, thus preventing the annoyance of water-clogged ears. He knew a waterproof earplug would also help prevent the painful outer ear infections known as "swimmer's ear".
Through much trial and error, as well as different production techniques, he discovered a very unique substance that became the world's first moldable silicone earplugs. Benner was enthusiastic about the potential to help improve the lives of many people with his new invention. Struck by the unique appearance of the new earplugs (which looked and felt much like little white pillows) Benner changed the name to Mack's Pillow
Soft Earplugs. The growth of both of his endeavors took Raymond and Cecilia from city to city. As Benner's then small family business grew, it moved from his home's basement through eight ever-expanding facilities. Raymond Benner, a renowned and accomplished classical symphony orchestra musician, retired after spending over 30 years between the Cleveland and Detroit Symphony Orchestras. The business that started as a side interest for the Benners, has evolved into the leader of the retail ear-care industry with it's original and #1-selling Mack's Pillow Soft moldable silicone Earplugs (U.S. retail market).
McKeon Products now offers a full range of moldable and pre-molded silicone and foam earplugs for a variety of uses. The Mack's line of products also includes a sleep mask, ear drying aids, and earwax removal drops. The company is still family owned and operated. Raymond Benner's sons Devin Benner, now CEO, and Pete Benner, continue in their father's footsteps at McKeon by keeping a hands-on approach to product research and development. Devin swims competitively with the United States Masters Swimming organization at the championship level and Pete is an avid triathlete and Ford Ironman Triathlon finisher. McKeon, an I.S.O. quality certified company since 1997, operates solely out of its state-of-the-art facility in Michigan. McKeon continues to grow by providing the highest quality, innovative products in the marketplace that are now sold worldwide.