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An antifog that works?

Liam92

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Nov 4, 2009
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Scrolling through FB a biker friend had liked a video for this product, but when I read in to it, not only does it appear to work well in the demo, but in the description it says there's no harmful chemicals that will damage surfaces.

So could be used on lenses, but what i was thinking of is if there's anybody that can't wear contacts and wears glasses under their masks this might work a treat! I remember years ago trying to play 1 tournament with my glasses on because i forgot my contacts and it was the most horrific experience.

Anyway's here's the stuff:

http://www.visorvision.co.uk/shop/Fogtech-DX-Anti-fog-25
 

Russell Hill

Just a little bit more crazy than yesterday.
Nov 28, 2013
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Yep cat crap all the way, use it on my mask, motorbike helmet and my work mask and has never let me down. I put it on both the mask and my glasses.
 

Tom

Tom
Nov 27, 2006
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www.TaskForceDelta.co.uk
Preferably don't use any products. Once you use extra treatments you take away any pre-treatment in the lens itself
Just use water/damp micro fibre

Once the original treatment gives up then Cat crap / Enola gayes zero fog work well
Be cautious of non paintball products ensure they are plastic safe
 

Diego Martorelli

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Jul 16, 2015
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Scrolling through FB a biker friend had liked a video for this product, but when I read in to it, not only does it appear to work well in the demo, but in the description it says there's no harmful chemicals that will damage surfaces.

So could be used on lenses, but what i was thinking of is if there's anybody that can't wear contacts and wears glasses under their masks this might work a treat! I remember years ago trying to play 1 tournament with my glasses on because i forgot my contacts and it was the most horrific experience.

Anyway's here's the stuff:

http://www.visorvision.co.uk/shop/Fogtech-DX-Anti-fog-25
Best option is to get a good thermal lens and a good mask, get an I4 best mask when it comes to foggin, dont get an HK KLR though, Grills are good too.
 

Gramps

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Feb 15, 2019
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Racking my brains; trying to remember some windscreen stuff I bought from local autofactors. Fantastic! I actually drove around for a few days - didn't need windscreen wipers, the stuff was that good. Was in a two part bottle, one side for outside the other for inside. Sure that would work for goggles/mask.