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Another trick that works better than anything I've tried is Dawn dish washing liquid soap. I heard about it when I was racing dirt track cars and my helmet visor would fog up terribly while waiting to go onto the track on 90 degree Indiana nights.
I tried it on the goggles for motocross and snowboarding and it works good for that too. Only downside, it needs to be applied every day or 2, but it is super cheap. One small bottle would last many seasons.
You put a drop or 2 of the liquid on a soft rag that won't scratch the lens. Rub the lens with the liquid until it is completely covered. Let it haze over, then rub it off with a clean part of the rag. Don't use any water at any point.
It works for glasses too. I use it at work on my safety glasses.
A little off topic, but it might work for someone so I thought I would share it.