Glasses fogging up – how to prevent?
I use Cressi Antifog, or any other divers /swimming mask antifog stuff, spray on then rinse off and buff, no probs, been using it on my Oakley splits and works for me, used to get my glasses steaming up a lot, especially in winter, now happens very rarely.Posted 5 years ago
I buy from Amazon its about £5 inc p&p.crikeyMember
I’m as sceptical as you about Oakley and their pricing, but the NanoClear stuff works very well.
I’ve always had cycling glasses, but they usually ended up stuck in my helmet or on top of my head simply because they would get sweated on from inside or rained on from outside and become difficult to see through.
I used some of that stuff and was properly amazed; it just does what it should do; a shake of your head when riding in heavy rain and the lenses are clear, a drop of sweat inside and it just rolls off.
Dear certainly, but it works very well.Posted 5 years agoWallySubscriber
3rd thumbs up to Bob Heath’s spray. It really does work. My 4 lens layers never misted up during today downpour- myopic boy. Candle wax also works – but harder to do. Washing up liquid smeared and then left to dry and buffed is also quite good. But the red Bob Heath’s spray lasts ages.Posted 5 years agomintimperialSubscriber
I bought some of this antifog swimming goggle stuff cos I was buying something else off Wiggle at the time and needed to bump up the basket to get money off, but it’s actually really good. Have to spray it on regularly, but it’s kept my prescription riding specs fog free all winter and there’s plenty left.Posted 5 years agocossyrushMember
I bought some perscription Oakley split jackets, they fogged up really badly especially on night rides, which basically meant I couldn’t see anything with them on or off.
So I got some fog buster wipes which totally cured the problem. When I used these up I got the same stuff in a spray bottle, which is better.
I do apply some before everyride, but the glasses never fog, even when I’m blowing like a good one on long climbs.
BenPosted 5 years agoOrange CrushMember
Don’t go near Rain-X. I used it on a visor and it damaged the anti scratch coating – I had to replace it within two months. It may work on glass windsceens but the glass coating (3 microns thick) on a plastic visor can’t cope. This was widely coverd in the motorcycle press many years ago.Posted 5 years ago
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