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Old 12-17-2012, 01:24 AM   #1
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what helped your faceshield fromfogging up?

Hello ... Just like the title says .... What you do that helped?thanks
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Old 12-17-2012, 01:47 AM   #2
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I'm actually interested too. Has anyone ever used a mouth gaurd before? Ever worked. If so I might pick one up for my HJC helmet.
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I just leave my visor up with the smallest crack available, unless going at a decent speed.
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Old 12-17-2012, 01:53 AM   #4
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Old 12-17-2012, 03:31 AM   #5
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Don't exhale, just kidding,Best thing i found is to wax the shield front and back with reg paste wax bugs clean off easier and when the inside does fog up its less and dissipates much faster.
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Old 12-17-2012, 04:23 AM   #6
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fogX inside. rainX outside.
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Fog City Fog Shield..no chemicals needed. Been using these for over a decade on all my helmets. Works better than any other product made.
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fogX inside. rainX outside.
does not work on helmet sheilds...the FogX.
RainX works until about the 3rd time you clean the bugs off.

Liquid dish soap works for fogging, but leaves a "film" that you can see.

I gave up on stuff years ago. My pinlock with the new HJC does OK, but a slight opening on the shields work best. Still lets rain in.
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Old 12-17-2012, 09:39 AM   #9
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Fog City Fog Shield..no chemicals needed. Been using these for over a decade on all my helmets. Works better than any other product made.
Fog city is a solid product, used it for a bit

S/K if i remember you wore arai, check out this product

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What if it's a mirror shield?
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Wax in the inside of your shield. All the anti-fog contraptions and potions all do the same thing - keep the tiny water droplets from getting a foothold on the surface. If they cannot attach themselves to the surface, the water droplets won't attract other droplets and get larger.

This is a common trick up north, where I started riding. down here not so much needed.
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Wax in the inside of your shield. All the anti-fog contraptions and potions all do the same thing - keep the tiny water droplets from getting a foothold on the surface. If they cannot attach themselves to the surface, the water droplets won't attract other droplets and get larger.

This is a common trick up north, where I started riding. down here not so much needed.
What kind of wax?
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does not work on helmet sheilds...the FogX.
RainX works until about the 3rd time you clean the bugs off.

Liquid dish soap works for fogging, but leaves a "film" that you can see.

I gave up on stuff years ago. My pinlock with the new HJC does OK, but a slight opening on the shields work best. Still lets rain in.
FogX works great on my sparx and HJC sheilds.

I was skeptical, so I FogXed 1/2 the sheild at first... yep, it stayed clear while the other side fogged up. Made for an interesting ride

But yeah, leaving it open a crack is the best way to clear it almost immediatly.

I use the RainX glass cleaner, so it sticks around longer than someone who just scubs the visor with soap.
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