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Solano County, California, US
"RE: cleaning digital sensors"
L to R on one side-edge of the quik-strip on the sensor's top half, then the opposite way on the other side-edge of the strip on the bottom half. Or you can go N to S, S to N.True, a contaminated part of the strip does not touch the sensor more than once.Not too expensive--I think a refill pack of 100 swipes is around $10 US.I figure if I can get the sensor clean for around $5 a pop, that's a lot cheaper than having it professionally done. Also, I'm not spending money on film and developing any more!