The microscope is a high-precision instrument. In order to ensure the normal operation and long life of the microscope, it needs to be maintained and cared for. The following matters should also be noted during operation:

1. Clean the microscope: When using the microscope, the lens is easily affected by fingerprints, dust, etc., which may affect the imaging effect. The lens surface should be gently wiped with a cotton swab regularly. At the same time, the skeleton and all touchable lenses should also be cleaned regularly to remove dust and dirt.

2. Proper storage: When the microscope is not in use, it should be placed in a dry, dust-free place, preferably in a storage box or protective cover, and avoid strong light exposure or humid environment.

3. Pay attention to the use environment: When using the microscope, the environment should be kept dry, dust-free, and vibration-free as much as possible. Avoid using it in a humid or dusty environment to prevent corrosion inside the microscope or scratches on the lens.

4. Pay attention to the reflection of the lens: Due to the reflection of light, sometimes the obvious objects that appear in the dark background are actually caused by reflection. In this case, the solution is to project the light at different angles until the actual appearance of the object is discovered.

5. Regular maintenance: Microscopes with complex structures also need regular maintenance and care, especially high-end microscopes, which also need optical path correction and cleaning. This is best done by professionals.

In short, the daily maintenance of a microscope is related to its service life and imaging effect, and more importantly, to prevent abnormal damage to the instrument. Therefore, the microscope not only needs regular cleaning, but also regular maintenance to ensure its good condition.