Blaze Anti Fog Kit (DON'T BUY IT)

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by mikesova, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. Laconic

    Laconic Hapless Rube

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    Don't let your glasses get cold.
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  2. DangerMoney

    DangerMoney Loud Helmets Save Lives

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    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.
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  3. wizze

    wizze Wizze = Wise

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    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.
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  4. foster

    foster Huh?

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    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.
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  5. Bar None

    Bar None Candy Ass

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    Rub the pizza on the visor and wash it off the coke? How long does that last?
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  6. PJTX

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    This stuff is shit...No anti fog properties. Just an expensive lens cleaner.
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  7. HAYVIATOR

    HAYVIATOR Don't be me dude.

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    A product sold with high-pressure, carnival style sales techniques that doesn't deliver as promised? Shocking.
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  8. davidji

    davidji bike curious

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    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.
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  9. bnc

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    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.
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  10. sonarman

    sonarman Been here awhile

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    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.
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  11. orangebear

    orangebear Long timer

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    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.
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  12. FatherX

    FatherX so͞oˈpərflo͞oəs

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    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.
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  13. appliance57

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