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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by mikesova, Feb 8, 2013.
Don't let your glasses get cold.
Saw the seller today at the Long Beach IMS. He said just to spray a light mist and let it dry until it's tacky. Then wipe it off. If it's still wet, you haven't waited long enough or you used too much.
I saw this stuff at the Seattle IMS. They had 2 booths, one in each hall. :huh It seemed very pricey and I'm cynical by nature so wasn't even tempted.
McNett Op Drops works for me. Put a drop on each lens and rub with lens cloth.
I've tried everything with no luck until I started using this on my glasses when I kayak on a cold river. Warm air, cold water, instant fog. I've been routinely using it on a cold river under conditions that cause fogging and the stuff works when I remember to apply it.
Don't know how well it works for motorcycling cause I use a pinlock but suspect it will work fine.
Rub the pizza on the visor and wash it off the coke? How long does that last?
This stuff is shit...No anti fog properties. Just an expensive lens cleaner.
A product sold with high-pressure, carnival style sales techniques that doesn't deliver as promised? Shocking.
If you let it dry before wiping it off it works fine. The problem is it doesn't come with instructions. Before I learned (in this discussion) about letting it dry I thought it was just expensive cleaner too.
I looked up the MSDS sheet on Rain-X once. The reason it should not be used on plastics is because it contains alcohol and acetone. Acetone is especially bad for plastics.
I have a Neotec with pin lock . It's fogs up terribly and so does sun visor when I flip it down. Usually the sun visor is full of moisture when I flip down. I tried the Blaze did not seem to work well on the Face shield. I put it on the sun shield with my fingers and let it dry a bit it worked well then. temp was 36 degrees. Blaze is a scam for the price they are charging. If the international motorcycle show was smart they would not have them represented there .
I did not let it dry before rubbing it off the faceshield so we will see what happens next time out.
I run a pinlock in my shoei raid 2 and works great. But i do get some glare of car headlights at night. My black visor does not fog up an less i am stopped in bad traffic then i open it part way.
I have some of the stuff (my son bought it at the Cleveland IX last year) . Doesn't do any better than Windex.
My question is, what the hell was going on with the split fogged visor? Is there something in the humidifier which doesn't fog?
Must be a mister wizardly thing.