- What do you use to stop bike glasses from fogging?
can be very difficult to find something that works in all circumstances. The washing-up liquid thing works for me most of the time but there are still occasions when the glasses just fog up and stay fogged.
Oakley MX Pro (goggles) are about the best I’ve used but you will get some stick from your mates.Posted 6 years agotimmysSubscriber
Is there anyone out there who uses Fogtech? I’m sure someone on here recommended it but I found when I followed the directions (apply, don’t buff, let it dry) it left a cloudy residue all over the lenses. A nice kind of pre-fogged effect that is no use to man nor beast! Is it crap or am I “doing it wrong”.Posted 6 years agostucolMember
Was going to try rain-x this weekend after a drenching last weekend. Typically, it’s now to be dry all weekend.
Use the rain-x on the car all the time, makes a huge difference. Most especially when its light drizzle that smears the screen.
Toothpaste is abrasive but only a little. You can actually polish out scratches on non coated lenses with it.Posted 6 years ago
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