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cleaning goggle lenses with camera cleaning fluid?

will the liquid react with the anti-fog coating?

And, there is some dust on the inner lens, how should I clean it?
Wipe it with a microfiber cloth? But that means dragging the coarse dust particles on the surface of the lens hence screwing it up......
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It probably depends on the brand and model of goggles you have. I have some dragons that are anti fog and I always use that polymer based LCD screen cleaner with a microfiber cloth. Not only does it leave no streaks, but it also hasn't scratched the interior at all and they don't fog up anymore than they did when they were brand new.
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