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Anti-Fog advise needed

Does anyone have any experience with anti-fog treatment for visors that actually works? I know there are gazillions of wonder elixers out there but that just makes it easier to waste money on something that doesn't really work.

Do any of you fine folks have a recommendation? I'm open to sprays, rubs, wipes, and plenty of other things I wont mention here....

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post #2 of 15 Old 04-08-2011, 09:02 PM
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My sister uses some stuff on her hockey shield that works pretty well. try a sporting goods store, sorry i don't have a brand. Dave.

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I use a Scorpion helmet, never fogs up. Even well below freezing. Other than that I got nothing.

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parkers perfect anti fog.... shit is crazy good.

i got 50 packaged wipes last ski season for ski goggles and as a test i wiped down a corner of my bathroom mirror... then proceeded to take a hot shower.... that corner had ZERO fogging.

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foggy mask works awesome! just cant use it in a helmet that has open vents on the inside of your helmet where the foggy mask velcro would attach to. another option is to use some kind of fog wipe or cream. the best creams i've found to work are the ones that are sold at stores that deal in good/high quality snowboard gear. wipe or cream is based on personal preference and what works for you.

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get yourself a agv xr2 lid and problem solved.. 72 degrees in my house with my lid on and go out side when its 0 outside and no fog and the rossi lid is bullet proof!

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this stuff is amazing. covers light scratches too.

https://www.zooke.com/About_Zooke_Anti-fog.html

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Cat Piss (no not real cat piss) Spray. Use it for skiing. However, you have to reapply it almost every time you go out.

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Try the pin lock system Pinlock I have this and it works very well. There is a little loss of view in the upper portion of the visor due to the edge of the pinlock shield. Easy to install, check out this video. YouTube - pinlock.MOV

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OK, a new helmet is not going to happen but thanks for the idea.


07919, did you mean cat crap?

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^Yeah that is probably it I am horrible with names, it is in a little red and white bottle and comes with a red microfiber cloth. It works good but as I said I normaly, for skiing that is, have to take reapply it every time I go out. As for my fasceshield it only fogs up at lights so I pop it open then and close when I am moving so the fog never really bothers me.

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Try this:

Amazon.com: Cat Crap: Sports & Outdoors

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I used rain x anti fog on my trip to mich. It helped, but is far from an answer.

cat crap? NOW I've seen it all.

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Yeah that's the stuff. Except I have mine in spray form that one looks like Carmex. You rub it on and buff it in with the cloth it comes with. Might last longer than the apray form. In Fact I am going to go ahead and say it does, just by the application method alone. $7 isn't too bad but notice how the pair it with other anti-fog products.....

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I think this is the direction I am going to go:

Anti-fog Coating - FogTech Anti-fog Coating - webBikeWorld

Amazon.com: FogTech Anti Fog Tech 30ml Bottle For Paintball Mask: Sports & Outdoors


It's not cheap but gets the most consistent reviews as far as I can tell. I'll report back with my results.

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