Microscopes are valuable tools for observing and studying microorganisms, cells, and other tiny structures. However, they can also be a breeding ground for bacteria and other microorganisms. Therefore, it is crucial to keep your microscopes clean and properly sanitized to prevent the spread of germs and maintain accurate results. Here are some tips on how to sanitize your microscopes:
Compound Microscope Sanitization for Education Environments
How to sanitize your compound microscope to prevent virus transmission.
This video provides proper instructions, techniques, and materials to be used when sanitizing/cleaning your compound microscope. The instrument being cleaned is a Leica DM500 Compound Microscope.
How to Sanitize Your Stereo Microscope
How to sanitize stereo microscopes to prevent transfer of virus or bacteria.
This video provides instruction, techniques, and materials need to safely sanitize a stereo microscope. The instrument being cleaned is a Leica S9i Stereo Microscope.
Microscope Sanitization/Cleaning for Education Dissecting Microscopes
How to sanitize your stereo dissecting microscope to prevent virus transmission.
This video provides information about the proper materials and techniques to sanitize your education/dissecting microscope. The instrument being cleaned is a Leica EZ4W Stereo Microscope.
We are committed to providing up to date information about the best methods to sanitize your instruments. These videos cover the steps to clean your compound microscopes, stereo microscopes and education dissecting microscopes to keep your users safe.