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Liquid Soap Creates Antifog Faceshield

Posted By Al Holtsberry, Wednesday, January 28, 2015
If you find yourself drifting through patches of early morning fog, and your face shield is now blurring your field of vision, the application of an anti-fog chemical would come in handy – but only if you possess one or remembered to pack it. In a pinch, simply spread a thin coating of the liquid soap from the gas station restroom uniformly over the shield’s surface. Then gently wipe clean with a non-abrasive cloth. The resulting film, though transparent, will inhibit fogging for quite some time, and allow you to ride on without compromised sight.

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Roger Zander says...
Posted 20 hours ago
As a long time scuba diver, anti-fog for underwater masks is a must. A cheap and effective product is to use a watered down spray of baby shampoo. Underwater, if some gets in your eyes, it doesn't sting. I think that your application of hand soap would work OK for a face shield but, I suggest to maybe water it down a little bit before application.
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