Face Shield Anti-Fog.....

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Face Shield Anti-Fog.....

Post by TommyXP » Sat Oct 01, 2011 9:50 am

Temps dropped into the low 40's and had to put the shield on. Searching the web, the opinions are all over the place concerning different sprays, waxes and plastic stick-ons, to try and reduce, let alone eliminate fogging. Even rubbing a raw potato on!
Anyone have any successful person experience?
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Re: Face Shield Anti-Fog.....

Post by robber57 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 12:46 pm

Still the best imho and in any way the cheapest: 1 drop off washing up liquid( for the dishes) on a piece of toilet paper and wipe it on the inside of your shield, holds about 2 weeks or more, wipes of with a damp cloth and re-applied in 2 minutes...

Mind you; i had a expensive Bieffe helmet and it always fogged , now i have a 50 euro system helmet from a local supermarket (LIDL) and it NEVER fogs up...
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Re: Face Shield Anti-Fog.....

Post by TommyXP » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:33 pm

Will give it a go. I also ordered 3 different types of spray-ons/wipes that I will compare and comment upon in the future.
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Re: Face Shield Anti-Fog.....

Post by blowpipe » Wed Oct 26, 2011 11:01 am

Fog City inserts are the best solution. I've been riding for thirty years and tried pretty much all solutions, Fog City inserts work better than anything else I've tried - they come in clear, tinted or amber for around UK£15.

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