Glasses/Spectacle and Screen Wipes (box of 50) @ Aldi
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Glasses/Spectacle and Screen Wipes (box of 50) @ Aldi

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Found 7th Apr 2016
This is a good price these days for a box of 50 glasses/spectacle/screen wipes so it's worth stocking on a few boxes which is what I do every other year or so. By comparison LIDL's also sell a box of 50 wipes but I think they are about £1.50 per box.

I find these really useful and I don't even wear glasses, but anything that you want remove dirt, dust or smears will benefit. For example mobile phones, tablets, laptops and in my case even motorcycle helmet visors.

Grab them while you can because they generally sell out quickly.

Description:-

Gently dissolve grease and dirt from your glasses, camera lenses or plastic visors with these streak-free wipes.

Features
Individually wrapped
Quick drying
Smear free
Dissolves grease
Dimensions: 14 x 14 cm
Material: 100% Crepe Paper
Pack Size: 50-Pack
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I need these with all my man makeup / anti wrinkle cream / moisturiser cream smearing up my glasses- I make the effort for the ladies
tescos do them for a quid too in their cheapo everything's a pound section
Same in home bargains
nice find op, heat added
These are often on a deal at two for £1 in Home Bargains.
aurora

These are often on a deal at two for £1 in Home Bargains.



Agreed
Bought some last time, they work really well compared to another supermarket own brand I was using.
Use these all the time, they really work. I have been hoping that they would be available again soon as I am down to my last two boxes. Also, it looks like they have come down in price from £1.19, last time they were available.
Will get some later today
Lidls are £1.20, both Lidls and Aldis are far better than the one you get in the pound shops or Tesco`s
Good value. I always keep a few boxes of these at home and in the office, their great for cleaning my smartphone.
Got mine last time .pretty good
What's the ingredients in these please?
Got some from pound shop and they have silicon and all sorts in there, smear my glasses horribly!
Got some Healthpoint wipes previously from somewhere(!) and they're brilliant, only got two left so desperately looking for good replacements!
Edited by: "hapless" 8th Apr 2016
These are good for a 3DS or Wii U screen, and your telly. The cheapest screen wipes I have seen in my local ASDA are £3. There must be a fair/plenty amount of alcohol in them as they residue evaporates quickly.
£1 in asda too
Thanks OP, heat added. Great for cleaning off the computer monitor when it gets sticky or greasy.
Home Bargains are 2 boxes for £1 but its 30 in a box, i use them for work, very good.
My own spectacle lenses are both photochromic and coated and these along with Opticlear are the only ones I trust. They keep far longer than the Superdrug ones and actually clean the lens without smearing unlike most sprays or *shudder* Calotherm.
hapless

What's the ingredients in these please?Got some from pound shop and they … What's the ingredients in these please?Got some from pound shop and they have silicon and all sorts in there, smear my glasses horribly!Got some Healthpoint wipes previously from somewhere(!) and they're brilliant, only got two left so desperately looking for good replacements!



Isopropyl alcohol, water and a little fragrance
These are the best I've tried. If you're as tight as I am (and quick) you can clean two pairs of glasses and a couple of smartphones with each wipe. Tried the Lidl ones but found they weren't wet enough.
Best ones I've ever had are the ones from Home Bargains - 2 for 1
These work well, thanks OP for the heads up.
aurora

These are often on a deal at two for £1 in Home Bargains.

Besford

These are the best I've tried. If you're as tight as I am (and quick) … These are the best I've tried. If you're as tight as I am (and quick) you can clean two pairs of glasses and a couple of smartphones with each wipe. Tried the Lidl ones but found they weren't wet enough.




I get my ipad and laptop in on the deal too
same price in Bodycare - hardly a bargain!
I'm glad I'm not the only one who who gets one wipe and cleans my specs, tablet, and phone with it. I do draw the line at using them on the telly though.
Lidl ones are far better than those from Home Bargains, if you put them in a resealable bag they usually last another day. Home Bargains ones are far too wet initially (or at least the ones I got were) but dry out very quickly.
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