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Dlitz 05-04-2002 05:58 PM

Home-made Anti-fogging solution
 
As I understand it there is a way to make home-made anti-fogging solution. Something like dishwater or some sort. If anyone knows how to make it if it exists I'd be glad to hear it.

AK47 05-04-2002 06:22 PM

I don't think it exists.

Spyder2005 05-05-2002 06:42 PM

my friend said that he washed his lenses with johnsons baby shampoo(i think) and water, like 1 part shampoo to 5 parts water i think, not sure. ill find out tomorrow tho and post another message on what he used.

eltigre 05-06-2002 02:56 AM

crazy
 
sounds like a good thing to me. however, i'm quite skeptical if it can be done.

PGA1234 05-06-2002 09:26 AM

Materials :

Spray bottle
Baby Shampoo (tear free stuff like Johnson's)
Water
Directions

Mix a solution of water and shampoo. I recommend anywhere from 5:1 to 10:1 (water : shampoo) in the spray bottle. You can experiment with different strenghts of the solution for best results. Spray the solution on you goggles or eyeglasses and wipe off any excess. I provide no guarantee of success. Success is up to you. This no-fog spray is used by SCUBA divers around the world, but even under extreme conditions (high heat and humidity) even this will fail. So don't count on it as being a fix-all solution because there is none when it comes to keeping goggles fog-free. Except using a combination, fan, spray, and thermal lenses. Even then you still run into the occasional foggy lense.

Good Luck

eltigre 05-06-2002 02:47 PM

sounds like a good thing to try out if you've got a single lense. thankfully enough, jt thermals are great.

mT_hEd 05-07-2002 06:25 AM

www.doompaintball.com has a suggestion on how to make some, but it is the same as the 1:5 baby shampoo solution. You could also try it with dishsoap and water, i heard that sometimes works.

QtRKoReaN 05-10-2002 08:19 PM

Ded's anti-fog solution
-2 parts windex
-1 part dishsoap

haven't tried it in a game, but it seems to work fine just from testing.

kdneo 05-10-2002 11:44 PM

your not supposed to use either of those on a lense

Quote:

Originally posted by QtRKoReaN
Ded's anti-fog solution
-2 parts windex
-1 part dishsoap

haven't tried it in a game, but it seems to work fine just from testing.


eltigre 05-11-2002 01:28 AM

maybe for a single lense? thermal lenses no way in hell.

Awhislyle 05-14-2002 08:56 PM

hmmmm
 
uhhh windex lets hope none falls for it lol

pr240sx 05-17-2002 05:09 AM

Fogging
 
I use Rain X antifog
works flawlessly, I also use Rain X outside, makes cleaning more easy!

michigan0969 09-05-2007 08:29 PM

iv heard that windshield wiper fluid for a car works just great..

at this feild they play at, thats what they give out to people wanting to clean and anti fog their mask..

and i like the smell haha

Milky Spore 09-06-2007 11:22 AM

You upped a 5 year old thread...

Don't put anything on your lenses unless if the manufacturer approves it. I mean come on, a bottle of anti-fog stuff is like $5-$10. Eye surgery (even if they can be replaced) after your lense shatters because you were too cheap to buy the right stuff and you get shot in the eyes is a lot more expensive than some anti-fog approved for your lense.

lagvoid 09-06-2007 07:04 PM

hahahahah 2002??!

read the sticky, dont mess with the lens!

pbmike1888 09-06-2007 07:35 PM

spit works


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