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Jaws Quick Spit Antifog Spray
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- Long Lasting, Non-toxic Formula
- 200+ pumps per bottle
- All natural ingredients
- Works on glass and plastic
- Use for wet or dry applications
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However, there's an even better idea than this. We took a snorkeling and scuba diving lesson in the pool at the hotel in Hawaii. The guy running it suggested we use his "no rinse defogger". He sprayed it in the mask, then said to swish it around in the mask, then pour out the extra. Do not rinse (which I did without thinking after using the Spit stuff and had to restart). Just put the mask on. Viola, no fogging. Worked even better than the spit stuff not including the stinging eyes. Then on the snorkeling tour, the people who run at least two snorkeling tours a day, 7 days a week had the same no rinse defogger. I finally asked what it was - baby shampoo mixed with water! It was awesome. I'm definitely getting a little spray bottle and putting baby shampoo and water in it. This worked really really well. The only disadvantage is you have to reapply. But we had to do that with the spit stuff, too. And this stuff is cheaper and easier to use.
So in short, get some baby shampoo instead and skip this. The pros don't use this stuff anyway. I mean, really, if the people who go snorkeling and scuba diving every day in Maui, HI haven't even heard of this quick spit spray stuff before (none had, I asked), then it can't be but so good.
Directions on back are a little confusing, I just rub the stuff in with a microfiber cleaning cloth, let dry, and then run it under water to get rid of the residue.
I have one suggestion. After application, rinse the hell out of your goggles. The first time I used the anti-fog, my eyes burned, and I had to stop swimming to rinse my googles.
Subsequently, with a good rinsing, all was great.
I usually prepare the lens (goggles) the night before following the instructions, but got side tracked this one time.
The next morning the formula had dried on the lens but instead of starting over I just used a soft cloth and wipe the dry residue. Talk about an accidental fix the lens did not fog after my 1 hour swim. So now I spray the goggles the night before and wipe the dry residue just before I go to the pool. It works, I plan to buy more when I run out. I have not tried yet, but I will see if one application will last for 2 days swim.
Note that I never touch the inside of the goggles when rinsing out. I suspect that rubbing the inside while rinsing may remove the coating although I havent tested that theory yet. Also the Speedo Vanquisher 2.0 Plus Mirrored Goggle is already supposed to have an anti-fog coating even though it doesn't work. I haven't tried this on a pair of goggles that has no coating whatsoever.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Highly recommended. It does what it says it does. I tested it during a trip to the Caribbean and I didn't have to reapply to my mask.I spent the whole day(s) snorkeling. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by AS
The treatment last for only a half hour at best since I swim laps for an hour I havew to re apply halfway through my swim program. But a half hour is better than none.Published 2 days ago by Donald A.
Works great. I spray a teeny, tiny bit in one lens, wipe that into both lenses, let dry, then do a very quick rinse. Read morePublished 3 days ago by L. Lem
This works so great! Used this snorkeling in the VI for a week and could see crystal clear every day. Also use at the beach with no problems!Published 4 days ago by Amber Robertson
Just returned from a recent trip. We have snorkeled many times before in Aruba. This year we bought new masks and wanted to give this stuff a shot. Read morePublished 6 days ago by sam_19