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Bailey. K Bassin

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I just purchased a pair of costa black fins with 580 glass lens and have noticed they fog up a little on very hot days. I was wondering if anyone had any opinion on some anti-fog products that have worked good for you. I have read some good stuff on car crap and the fogtech products? Anyone use them before? 

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I have costas that fog up once in a while.  I will slide them down my nose and they clear pretty quickly.  You have to let some air circulate between your face and the glass.  I have never used a defogger.

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Take the Buff off your nose . . . .

A-Jay

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Shaving cream

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25 minutes ago, Bailey. K Bassin said:

What would that be?

Spit.

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2 minutes ago, Avalonjohn44 said:

Spit.

Eeewwwww. :MSN-Emoticon-sick-146:

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14 hours ago, Further North said:

I know what works on a diving mask...

 

54 minutes ago, Bailey. K Bassin said:

What would that be?

 

28 minutes ago, Avalonjohn44 said:

Spit.

Yup.

25 minutes ago, Gundog said:

Eeewwwww. :MSN-Emoticon-sick-146:

Is what it is.  Works like a charm.  probably best when you don't have a chest cold though.

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26 minutes ago, Gundog said:

Eeewwwww. :MSN-Emoticon-sick-146:

It's best if you don't drink milk first. Really hard to see thru those lenses then.

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31 minutes ago, Gundog said:

Eeewwwww. :MSN-Emoticon-sick-146:

 

4 minutes ago, Avalonjohn44 said:

It's best if you don't drink milk first. Really hard to see thru those lenses then.

...or half a bag of Oreos...

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6 hours ago, Further North said:

 

...or half a bag of Oreos...

How about a bag of cheetos? 

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Fogging up is a problem that I'm not sure even spit 
can properly solve.

I've also got 580G Costas and have had to slide them
off my face, or down my nose when they fog up.

Pain, but it is inevitable that they'll fog. I'm not sure
there is any one solution that will keep the clarity 
and d**n the fogginess to the netherworld.

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I used Nikon Fog Eliminator but it appears it is no longer available.  I shoot a lot of archery and these wipes help a lot especially when walking thru the woods on hot, humid, no wind days.  They last a while if you put them back into the protective wrapper.

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Thanks everyone. I ended up ordering cat crap, just because I don't really feel like putting shaving cream and spitting in my $250 glasses. 

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40 minutes ago, Bailey. K Bassin said:

Thanks everyone. I ended up ordering cat crap, just because I don't really feel like putting shaving cream and spitting in my $250 glasses. 

 

For a ridiculously named product it really does well.  I know a few divers and lots of skiers that use it.  Even with the freezing temps and sweating/heavy breathing in skiing it works wonders.  

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