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glasses fogging?

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  1. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    i had one heck of a time with my shooting glasses fogging. I was told to clean lens with shaving cream. any other ideas?
     
  2. jnoemanh

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    Good anti fog stuff is available at any car parts store.
     
  3. ec90t

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    smsnyder,

    Get some stuff called "Sea Drops". It is made for athletes that wear glasses or goggles to keep them from fogging. I've never had a problem with fogging since I started using it!

    ec90t
     
  4. spitter

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    Well I suppose you could spit on them and rinse them like they do for diving masks or as was said use some anti-fog spray,

    Jay Spitz
     
  5. C H S

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    I've never found an anti-fog that was worth what it cost, but you might try applying a coating of Vaseline under your eyes from your nose to your cheek bone. Keeps the moisture from rising off your face at that spot. Whether or not it works for you depends on how your lenses fit to your face. They should NOT be tight.

    Andy
     
  6. recurvyarcher

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    Use cat crap.

    LMAO!
     
  7. 100after9

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    Did you try it?
     
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    Snyder

    I use the product that goes by the name 'Cat Crap' and it works as advertised...no more shooting glasses fogging up on hot/humid summer days.

    Joe
     
  9. 100after9

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    Sam Did you try it yet????
     
  10. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    OK, guys and gals. you got me on that one.
     
  11. 100after9

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    not the cat crap the shaving cream? I told you about it yesterday~!! that gun of yours sure shoots doubles well just don't tell the kid I said that I'll deny it!!!! ha ha ha
     
  12. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the whipped cream idea. lol
     
  13. Big Dave

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    All anti fog applications have glycerine as their main ingredient. Go to a pharmacy and get a bottle of glycerine, rub some on your lens and polish off with a soft cloth or tissue. Has worked 50+ years for me.

    Big Dave
     
  14. C H S

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    Cat Crap, huh?

    Somehow, I don't think I'd want to experiment with the product seeing as how it's brought to you by the same outfit that sells the 24 kt gold fleck face cream at a bargain price:
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    Andy
     
  15. cleboje

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    Snyder

    Cat Crap is made by EK EKCESSORIES, INC. 575 W. 3200 S. Logan, UT.

    Give them a call at 435-753-8448 or visit their website at www.ekusa.com

    It is for real...although, even I have to admit, it is a wierd name for a product.

    Joe
     
  16. recurvyarcher

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    I was joking...lol!!!
     
  17. Beancounter

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    What do fogging glasses and shooting have to do with each other?? Last time I fogged my glasses, I did not have shotgun in my hands
     
  18. recurvyarcher

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    Have Gun...you need your glasses for that?
     
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    A thin film of soap residue will help prevent fogging. I put a squirt of dish washing liquid soap in a 32 oz spray bottle. I sue this to clean both my glasses and my computer screens. Just wipe it on but do not rinse off. It keeps some dust off the screens and my glasses do not fog.

    Now, for another more serious question. I frequently find my brain getting very foggy. If I drink my cleaning solution would it help my problem?

    Pat Ireland
     
  20. C H S

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    <I>"A thin film of soap residue will help prevent fogging. I put a squirt of dish washing liquid soap in a 32 oz spray bottle. I sue this to clean both my glasses and my computer screens. Just wipe it on but do not rinse off. It keeps some dust off the screens and my glasses do not fog."</I>

    Man, I have enough trouble with smeary lenses just trying to keep them clean to want to make them smeary on purpose!

    Andy
     
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