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MotoSolutions FogTech Anti-Fog 30ml Bottle Paintball or Glasses

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MotoSolutions FogTech Anti-Fog 30ml Bottle Paintball or Glasses + Fogtech DX Anti-Fog Wipes (12 individual wipes) + Clarity Defog It Anti-fog 3 Dry Reusable Wipes
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001JR4CIO
  • Item model number: FOGTECH
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,134 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
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MotoSolutions FogTech - 30mL Bottle

Customer Reviews

This product works wonders on my glasses and protective goggles.
I applied the product to my sunglasses as directed on the package, and they fogged up instantly upon going outside for a run in 2 degree weather.
Kathryn McCook
I have tried a number anti fog sprays & wipes and I previously found Cat Crap the best anti fog product until I tried FogTech.
Oz skier

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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Dire Wolf on December 28, 2009
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I practice karate & I wear glasses. This is not a happy combination - I spend too much time picking my glasses up off the mat. So I went out & bought a pair of sports goggles, they stay on but fog up something fierce. (My *opponents* like sparring with a blind man, though... ;-) For those who don't practice the Ancient Asian Art of kicking-below-the-belt: it is the *ultimate* workout. You sweat an unbelievable amount, making this a true stress test for anti-fog goop. I tried an old spray-on I use for my motorcycle face shield - but that did next-to-nothing to help.

I hit good ol' Amazondotcom & found the three highest-rated anti-fog products & tried them out on successive weeks.

NUMBER THREE is the artfully-named "Cat Crap" Ek Cat Crap Glass and Lens Cleaner It's a waxy substance, you smear it on & by the directions buff it until clear. But I don't know how to tell the difference between "buffing until clear" and "wiping it off." It did do better at mitigating the fogging problem than the old spray-on I had laying around. But it still didn't keep the lenses clear, either. Three Stars.

NUMBER TWO is Sea Drops McNett Sea Drops Anti-Fog & Lens Cleaner, (1.25 oz) This is a viscous fluid, you smear it on & let it dry, then buff. I buffed it just barely enough for the spots to disappear & tried it out. It worked "pretty good." My lenses didn't fog up, stayed mostly clear but by the end of class there was still a little spotting. Much better than the old spray-on, but still not quite as good as number one. Four Stars.

For my money, NUMBER ONE is Fog Tech.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Charme HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 22, 2010
If you have ever gone to a state fair or carnival, you probably have come across a kiosk where they offer to clean your eyeglasses and then hold them over a steaming teakettle to show that they don't fog up. I have purchased my fair share of those products, which do work--but only for a short time. This product is totally different.

I need to keep my sunglasses fog free when I am running outdoors in the winter with a face mask, and my ski goggles fog free when I do winter sports. This product works better than anything I have ever used. Yes, there are much cheaper products, but they work only for a short time, and then the fog starts creeping in. Not so with this product. In fact, a single application keeps my shaving mirror in the shower completely fog free for several days. After that, when the mirror starts to fog up, a single wipe of the towel keeps the mirror fog free for the rest of the shower. As a practical matter I only have to apply this product about once a week to my shower mirror.

Although this product is undoubtedly the most expensive anti-fog solution that I have ever used, because a single application lasts so long, it is actually more economical in the long run. This is definitely the best anti-fog solution I have used and is simple to apply. Therefore I recommend it.

Update July 18, 2010: After nearly six months of weekly use on my shower mirror, I still have most of the product left. I just dispense three drops onto the included applicator and spread it around without any streaking problem. Because so little of this product is required compared to other products that I have used--and with better results--this product really is the most economical way to keep things fog free.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 18, 2012
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As an avid cyclist, both road and mountain, AND a RGP contact lens wearer I am forced to wear motorcycle type goggles. For the last 6 years I have used the Wiley X SG1 V-Cut lenses goggles with head strap. The goggles work great to keep wind and dust out of my sensitive eyes but the second I begin climbing or the humidity gets above 40% they would fog. Once they fog it was next to impossible to finish a ride without constantly lifting them off my skin to burp the moisture out.

A little over one year ago I took to the net to find an anti-fog solution. I came across a product called C-Clear that came in a little plastic bottle. It was applied as a paste and buffed clear. You never knew if it was applied appropriately and even when it was any moisture would minimize its effectiveness (it is water soluble) and after about 1 hour on the bike the goggles would begin fogging.

Finally last week I had enough and after reading the reviews on this stuff decided to give it a try. All I can say is WOW!

I have completed a total of 4 road rides and 1 mountain bike ride with FogTech applied to the lenses. I apply it before every ride using their applicator pads. It goes on clear with no buffing needed (reminds me of Rain-X without the streaks). My first ride with the anti-fog was on a hot, dry, and breezy So Cal day so no fogging was to be expected. My second ride, on the other hand, was the first real test. It was 80F and 55% humidity with thunder showers in the area. Normally my goggles would be useless on a day like this. The challenge was on for FogTech. About 15 minutes into my ride I hit the first climb of the day. I was already perspiring and by the top of the climb the sweat was rolling off my body. To my amazement my goggles remained clear.
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