Joined: Sat May 19, 2007 1:14 pm Posts: 6036 Location: Kelso, Scotland
The mirror is both very sensitive to disturbance in its seating position, and very fragile being semi-silvered in some areas. It has an AR hard coating and can be fully cleaned using a sensor-swab (not flooded with too much solution) or a Visible Dust brush. Blu-tac leaves a greasy residue and is not safe to use. The dry brush with anti static is the best first resort. No pressure should be applied too firmly - same as with a sensor.
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