No, this isn't about if you wear one, which I hope we all do. Pavement hurts. Anyway, anyone have a good homebrew way to clean the visor on my AGV? It says not to use Windex so I used a soap and water combo, but with the high humidity in Iowa, I fog over really easily. Can anyone help? Thanks.
There is no one way, and above there are some time proven methods.
Here's another one that I have been using for the past 5 years :
Get some RainX, the stuff that is marketed for car windshields.
Coat your visor with it, and do the preclean with rubbing alcohol and a microfibre rag.
From now on, no cleaners, no soap, nothing but water needed.
I rinse mine off, visor still on helmet, under the the tap with the water as warm as I can comfortably handle.
I rub gently with my fingers.
Simple "dirt and grime" is easy to get off.
Dead bugs need more work.
A bit harder rub, some finger nail work on the "globs".
It all comes off.
Pat dry with a paper towel or whatever you have handy.
Buff with a microfibre cloth.
I'm still on my original faceshields - one clear, one dark, no scratches from cleaning.
If you have fairing with a screen on a sportbike, or a windshield on a touring bike, put RainX and that also.
Headlight surfaces as well.
Water blows off any surface with RainX on it, and it's super easy to clean.