anti-fog goggles



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  • Damian

Posted November 25, 2000 - 10:05 PM

#21

Kitchen dish washing detergent also works well as an anti fog. I found it works better than all the commercil anti fog products I've tried and its a lot cheaper. Just use you finger to apply half a drop over the inside of the lens then polish with a soft cloth or tissue.
Although its not a problem here in Australis this time of year as its 36 deg C (thats about 100 F to those of you in the one country of the world that still uses the ancient English measurements :-)
"Stones" and "feet"...blah.

  • brurag

Posted November 26, 2000 - 05:27 PM

#22

The company I work for manufactures an anti-fog product for one of our customers. They sell it strictly to scuba shops worldwide for re-sale. The product works well. Most scuba shops will have anti-fog products available if you're not able to find them else where.

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Dan in Washington
2000 WR400F

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  • mcarp

Posted November 27, 2000 - 07:02 PM

#23

I went ahead and purchased a pair of Scotts ski goggles. It has a double lens and impregnated anti-fog chemical on the lens along with some add'l air scoops out front. It was only $18, an extra pair now since I only have one :) Will test these soon enough and post findings.

  • Vabkian

Posted October 27, 2008 - 10:18 AM

#24

I use tooth paste when I scooba dive. I rub a bit on inside the goggle and then wash it off. I has worked!

  • beezer

Posted October 27, 2008 - 10:57 AM

#25

I wonder if any of the original posters are still alive or in a senior citizens home somewhere.

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  • drtbk4ever

Posted October 27, 2008 - 11:17 AM

#26

I wonder if any of the original posters are still alive or in a senior citizens home somewhere.


LOL, good one Beezer.

I still want to add my 2 cents to this thread. I use shampoo on my hockey visor and have done so for the last 15 years. It does the trick and smells nice too.

  • byggd

Posted October 27, 2008 - 11:30 AM

#27

LOL, good one Beezer.

I still want to add my 2 cents to this thread. I use shampoo on my hockey visor and have done so for the last 15 years. It does the trick and smells nice too.


head n shoulders?? :lol: :p

  • JoshG61

Posted May 27, 2009 - 02:44 PM

#28

Damp cloth, washing up liquid, literally wax on wax off.. sorted!! Other than that.. rain x make awesome stuff :thumpsup:

  • drtbk4ever

Posted May 28, 2009 - 12:14 PM

#29

head n shoulders?? :crazy: :eek:


Sorry, slow reply here.

No not head and shoulders, PERT. Smells nicer.

  • P0ACHER

Posted May 30, 2009 - 08:46 AM

#30

Oakley A-frames.




(thank me later.)

  • byggd

Posted May 30, 2009 - 04:40 PM

#31

WOW! This thread has been resurrected twice!
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