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12-18-2007, 07:58 PM
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Visor Question

What is a good way to keep your visor from fogging up during a game? Any sprays or home readies out there?

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12-18-2007, 08:01 PM
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i wipe it with towel, but when i get on the rink, the fog goes away, someone good in science could probably explain it, probably has to do with it going from warm to cold. Oakley has a cleaner, not sure about fogging, and I think it is only for oakley visors(may screw up others).

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If you take dish soap (you can even use your own saliva, doesn't work as well) and rub a thin layer across the inside of the visor, it'll stop it from fogging up. The "film" stops moisture from building on it.

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dish soap like the above poster said, i use shampoo and it works just as fine

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shampoo it and conditioner it up it really works. i have an oakly visor so i can really only use there cleaning solution so its kinda hard but a little shampoo and conditioner work well.

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How woud you apply shampoo to the visor?

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Smear it all over the inside and out, let it dry out a bit and take a clean, non-abrasive cloth and buff it off like you would your car.

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