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Old 12-14-2006, 02:12 PM   #21
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just hold your breath...that should fix the fog problem!:laughing6
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Old 12-14-2006, 02:16 PM   #22
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There's one at Katy Mills, there's one on 1960 in the Champions area.....those are the only 2 I know of for sure.

You could probably get that stuff at Oshman's (oops I mean Sports Authority) too.....maybe even Academy.

And like it was mentioned, any scuba diving store should have it too.
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Try just using regular old dishwashing soap.......I know it sounds weird but, we did it to our scuba goggles when we were diving in the winter months when I was going through dive school.......
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There's one at Katy Mills, there's one on 1960 in the Champions area.....those are the only 2 I know of for sure.

You could probably get that stuff at Oshman's (oops I mean Sports Authority) too.....maybe even Academy.

And like it was mentioned, any scuba diving store should have it too.

Do you know where the one in Champions is, that's not too far away from me.
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Try just using regular old dishwashing soap.......I know it sounds weird but, we did it to our scuba goggles when we were diving in the winter months when I was going through dive school.......
I actually I've heard that somewhere.....how do you do it exactly? (what do you use? any liquid dish soap)
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Hey, sorry, I am not at work today because I've been studying. I am tempted to run up there and check out your new bike. But, I have to head downtown to school in a bit. Are you going to ride tomorrow? I will for sure!

On the fog issue, get a Scorpion helmet! :icon_bigg

I read somewhere that Pledge should help against fogging, try that. I put it on my HJC but I haven't used my backup helmet since. I used to just open the visor at every stop. It seems to help until you pick up speed again.
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Hey, sorry, I am not at work today because I've been studying. I am tempted to run up there and check out your new bike. But, I have to head downtown to school in a bit. Are you going to ride tomorrow? I will for sure!

On the fog issue, get a Scorpion helmet! :icon_bigg

I read somewhere that Pledge should help against fogging, try that. I put it on my HJC but I haven't used my backup helmet since. I used to just open the visor at every stop. It seems to help until you pick up speed again.
It was the fog in the air this morning that was causing water build up on the outside of my sheild. Little rain-x should fix it up.


Yeah I'm planning to ride in tomorrow too unless the weather does something weird.
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Old 12-14-2006, 02:54 PM   #28
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totally off subject issani, but who did your tat work?
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I dont think rain-x will help at all for fog. The water particles are too small. If you do use rain-x and want it to work for fog, I think you would have to wait for the fog to collect on your sheild until it started to bead. Thats my opinion.

How many times is it that foggy in Houston...not a big deal.
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I think you would have to wait for the fog to collect on your sheild until it started to bead. Thats my opinion.
That's what it was doing this morning.....collecting there and just sitting.
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