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    Registered User miairhead's Avatar
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    Fog Off

    Any one tried Fog Off? This time of year might be a good idea to try a product like this. I tried a fog shield, but the are not recommend for night, and I leave the house at 6 am
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    I did try it;

    I found it worked poorly in my full face helmet. Not a good review from me. Wish i could find something that did work on fogged faceshields. Not yet found. Randy

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    I haven't tried that product. Currently I use catcrap. If find that when it is really cold like 25-35 it need to be applied every 5 or 6 rides. That sort of maintenance keeps me totally fog free.

    Now that the morning temps are usually 40 and up, one good application keeps me for a few weeks.

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    A tad pricey (but a single bottle goes a LONG ways - just a drop or two is needed): http://www.webbikeworld.com/r4/clarity-defog-it/

    It works. I had a problem with eyeglasses fogging up.. this solved it completely, and only appears to need refreshing every few weeks.
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    Liquid dish washing soap

    Quote Originally Posted by insertdisk View Post
    Any one tried Fog Off? This time of year might be a good idea to try a product like this. I tried a fog shield, but the are not recommend for night, and I leave the house at 6 am
    I've tried Fog Off in the past and it worked ok till I had to open the visor in the rain and rain drops got on the inside of the visor. (left mess and smeared when I tried to wipe the drops away). The best solution I've found is a drop or two of liquid dish washing soap (Dawn) rubbed over the inside surface of the visor and polished dry with a soft cotton cloth. This works great. It's cheap and if you use the lemon scenetd version, it even smells nice. I keep a small dropper bottle in my tankbag so it's handy when I need to reapply.
    Gail Kaltz
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