goggles

Discussion in 'Clothing / Gear' started by AirForce1196, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. AirForce1196

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    What are some methods of making goggles perminitly fog free or even a couple hours fog free
     
  2. Sandman76

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    Spit on the lens and rub it in. It will work for about 25-30 mins for me. That also what US Navy divers do. Or just anyone scuba diving... Lol
     

  3. AirForce1196

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    Ya I did that but it would start fogging in the middle of a match so I would do it again but then the ref would yell at me so I'm lookin for a more practical releif
     
  4. 1badweasel

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    Try tooth past + spit or Cat crap.
     
  5. Bulldawg26

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    Get a spray bottle and mix 2 parts water to one part Johnson's baby shampoo in it. Spray on inside of lens then wipe out. That has worked well for several Marines I know....or just cat crap it.
     
  6. AirForce1196

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    Thank you and cat crap it??
     
  7. MrGoodkat

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    I too would like to know what this means, two people have said it so far and I haven't the slightest clue what it means.
     
  8. Sharp

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    It's a brand of anti-fog...don't actually rub your cat's feces on your goggles, unless you're into that sort of thing.
     
  9. AirForce1196

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  10. 1badweasel

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    I love it when a company has a sense of humor.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. AirForce1196

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    That is awesome, were is that stuff sold
     
  12. Bulldawg26

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    Sorry. I didn't mean to actually put cat crap on your goggles. There is actually a product called "Cat Crap". They sell it at many camping/outdoors and ski shops. I got some at REI. That is a popular store here in Atlanta.

    You can also find it many places online.
     
  13. AirForce1196

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    I figured and would it be sold at a walmart
     
  14. Col1500

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    If Cat Crap were in a spray form, would it be Cat Pee? I'd buy it just for the name. Yes, I would actually be buying Cat Pee ._.

    OP: I sprayed 409 on my goggles and wiped it off and it worked for a couple hours. It would be worth trying if you have some lying around.
     
  15. Bulldawg26

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    Actually, there is a spray bottle version. Unfortunately, they did not take the humor far enough to call if Cat Pee. It's still called Cat Crap. I tried to find it at Wal Mart. The one near my house does not carry it. Usually, it is found at more specialized outdoor stores. Maybe Dicks or Bass Pro Shops may carry it. I think you can probably also find it at Amazon but I haven't checked that recently.
     
  16. RedSofters

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    what i do is the dishsoap trip you just put some dishsoap on both sides of the lense (not too much though) and your good to go. mine very rarely ever fog.
     
  17. AirForce1196

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    Thank you all for the input I hope it all works
     
  18. SilentVectorX

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    Basically, most antifogs use a form of glycerin as the active ingredient. That's why so many homemade solutions use soap. The plainer the soap the better. At some point anti-fog always breaks down though.

    The only way to really be fog-proof is to remove the vapor and humidity from the goggles. I use a FANZ kit with dual 25mm fans to keep my goggles fog-free even in the worst conditions. I also use a Dye I4 mask, which has an enormous grill on top of the lens to let heat and vapor out. I have never got my I4 to fog up on me.