> No fogging either by covering the goggles-inside-surface
> with tooth-brush. After that clean it with water. Take a try !
> TriNrn7 schrieb:
> > Probably..Most of the coatings either don't work very well or last
> > anyway..saliva works great even on a non-coated lens.
The coatings do not work well. They are a marketing gimmick.As a
example The original Baracuda standard goggle was not fog resistant.
You can not find them any more as they have been replaced by the fog
resistant goggle. The newer fog resistant goggle by Baracudda works for
a few swims then thats it! I have had to put a fine paste (tooth paste)
on mine to rub off the "fog coating". A coating does collect on
goggles after swimming in pools. Goggles do need to be cleaned well to
remove this coating. Wash in hot water and soap to clean
up and dry. Then put "fog Drops on ". They are made by
Baracudda,Tyr,and Speedo.Follow the instructions on the bottle.
Baracudda says to rub on then dry..Speedo says to put on then leave to
dry. The stuff will work for a swim or two then reapply.Yes saliva will
work also but the key is cleaning the goggles well first.
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