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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-11-2009, 07:49 PM
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How do you take care of goggles?

I got a new pair of goggles! But how do you take care of them? (So far I know you have to use a soft eyeglass cloth)
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Is there a problem with them? I don't do anything. I just put them back in their case when I am done using them. Just remember not to wipe the inside of them or you will remove the anti-fog coating. Or so I've heard since I've never actually done that.

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Wipe the outside whenever it needs it, be gentle. NEVER touch the inside.. ever.
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Not sure if it does anything or helps but I take mine off my helmet so they won't be stretched out.
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I just have some un noticable fingerprints. So I guess just wipe them(not on the insides?) and be uber carefull? Their scotts if it matters. They cost more then my coat!...
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Also my dad says that the foam might be able to be washed once and awhile. What if your face sweats?
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i wouldn't sweat it too much. (groan)
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just toss 'em back in the bag, and don't crush them when you're not using them

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Always make sure they are dry before you put them back into their case or bag.

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1.Wear
2.Wipe inside and out (Airblaster goggles don't have coating).
3.Put in case.
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