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After not getting anywhere with brushes and blowers, I wet cleaned my D600 for the first time yesterday.
500 shots on the odometer, and at f16 on a blue sky I had to clone out about 30 spots. It took me five Copper Hill wet swabings before I finally had it clean. 4 swabs just didn't make the toughest spots go away at all. The 5th one I moved across about 10 times, because I figured I am not going to blow all my swabs on one cleanup job, plus all sctratchy loose grit was most likely gone after the first 4 cleanings.
Not difficult to do, plus I figure it's not a bad thing to have wet cleaning supplies and the knowledge how to do it. Obviously disappointed that you have to do this after just 500 frames, but eventually it'll run out of oil or whatever it is that is leaving spots along the bottom edge of the sensor (top left of image mostly)