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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-13-2009, 09:21 PM
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I had a pair of Anon goggles half of last year and they fogged like crazy. Cat Crap didn't even help. So the airblaster goggles were a step up. Even if there was some antifog stuff that came on the goggles it must be off now, but I still get zero fog.
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What do you do when there is dust and a couple of smudges on the inside of the lense?
Somebody once suggested immersing the goggles in lukewarm water and hanging them up to dry. Should I try this?
These gogles are pretty old so I'm open to 'experimental' suggestions!
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i'm using an actual microfiber pad/cloth (not the bag that the goggle comes with)


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Like you would use to clean normal glasses?
What about the coating? Is it safe to wipe the inside?
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