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Best anti-fog for visor?

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I got a Bauer 55P visor and I was wondering what the best anti-fog spray for it would be, both for clarity and anti-fog properties. I've heard that the Oakley anti-fog spray is better than the camel spit stuff, but I was looking at other options, particularly the Fog Zero stuff and the Sven Can See Anti-Fog Gel.

Anyone have experience with these and can compare them?

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I didn't think that the Fog Zero was any better than any of the generic anti-fog sprays out there.  Sven seems to work pretty good.  Trick to using that since it's a gel to spray once on the inside center of the visor and then spread it out over the entire visor.

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This is going to sound a bit odd... but anyways. I had tried numerous sprays and concoctions in the past. For the last 5 years I've been using Pledge. Yup, right off the shelf lemon Pledge, learned it from a couple kids who played in the WHL who swore by it. Spray it on and wipe clean with a dry towel and its golden for the night

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10 hours ago, casey74 said:

This is going to sound a bit odd... but anyways. I had tried numerous sprays and concoctions in the past. For the last 5 years I've been using Pledge. Yup, right off the shelf lemon Pledge, learned it from a couple kids who played in the WHL who swore by it. Spray it on and wipe clean with a dry towel and its golden for the night

Pledge is what most of the officials in the Toronto area use and it works well.

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17 hours ago, casey74 said:

This is going to sound a bit odd... but anyways. I had tried numerous sprays and concoctions in the past. For the last 5 years I've been using Pledge. Yup, right off the shelf lemon Pledge, learned it from a couple kids who played in the WHL who swore by it. Spray it on and wipe clean with a dry towel and its golden for the night

How often to apply.

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Pledge or biodegradable, earth friendly dishwashing liquid. For glasses, apply pre game, one drop each side, lightly rub with the finger then buff with a soft cloth. For visors, I find it lasts me 2 games before needing another application.

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On 2017-12-22 at 12:40 AM, casey74 said:

This is going to sound a bit odd... but anyways. I had tried numerous sprays and concoctions in the past. For the last 5 years I've been using Pledge. Yup, right off the shelf lemon Pledge, learned it from a couple kids who played in the WHL who swore by it. Spray it on and wipe clean with a dry towel and its golden for the night

I played Jr. A in Sask and lemon pledge was the only thing that was used. Never had a problem with it. 

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I was told to use Parker's Perfect. I got a box of 100 disposable wipes pretty cheap on Amazon and so far they've worked great. We'll have to see how well it holds up in the warmer months tho.

 

 

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I've tried a bunch of stuff since donning a visor 2 years ago. Dawn dish liquid, pledge, Johnsons baby shampoo.

Of the 3 products I've had the most success with Johnson's baby shampoo.

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