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Eyeglass (glass and plastic) anti-fogging recommendation?

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Need something to prevent prescription eyeglasses from fogging and beading water. Have this problem with pheasant/duck hunting as well as in the treestand with face mask. Any ideas? Thanks...

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Sorry, I just live with it! I know someone out there has idea's, but I keep a clean rag with to clean!

If possible, try contacts!

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Just clean your glasses with a little Johnson's Baby shampoo. Rub it on lightly with a clean cloth and then just wipe it off dry(no water) I play hockey with a guy who has glasses and I wear an iTech shield. We both do that before we play and have no problems.

Water hitting your glasses is another item…….little wiper blades.

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Consult you eye glass expert first but RainX is the anti-fog/glare/rain stuff for car windshields, they sell it in little wipes to!!! Just a thought, never tried it before I went to contacts.

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This will be my first year with contacts, but i used to use World Optic Anti-Fog. It worked great during long hikes during deer season when my face would get warm, but the lenses would be cold.

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There is a product out called CATCRAP. It is a lens cleaner and anti-fog and works great for fogging problems. I purchased mine at Gander.

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Catcrap.

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I tried Catcrap last night on my lenses, but it just tinted them a little bit more and make them stink. To be fair though, I wasn't annoyed with the fog though. grin.gif

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Try some foam shaving creme,foam your lenses wipe it around with thumb & forfinger,then wipe dry with cloth.Easy and cheap!

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Any ideas? Thanks...


LASIK!!!

Worked 100% of the time for me! grin.gif

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Any home recipes for scratched reading glasses??? The commercial stuff Lens Dr is way expensive for a tiny amount. crazy.gif

I think I am going to try some Acrylic floor polish...

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I put rainx stuff that beads that water on my windshield (not the anti fog stuff) on my plastic lenses formy shades it seemed to work a little in the rain but not as goods as on you car window. I wouldn't try iton anything spendy just in case.

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