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    Selvyt polishing cloth

    Will a Selvyt Polishing Cloth (made in England) scratch your glasses? It does not feel like a microfiber cloth.
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    Depends - They do loads of different ones - some impregnated with 'stuff' , some especially for errmm cleaning glasses

    http://www.selvyt.co.uk/selvyt-cloth...-printing.html


    More advice here:
    http://www.selvyt.co.uk/which-cloth-is-best-for-me.html

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    http://www.selvyt.co.uk/selvyt-cloths/

    Guess it depends which. There is one listed meant for task so should be fine.
    Never heard of them myself though. Use an hankie.

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    Thx. I have the 5x5 untreated version.
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    If I have the colors down right the light yellow one appears to be good for glass.
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    Finished top grain leather chamois works great for me.

    Good texture to remove any marks, smudges, etc, with no scratches on anything.
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