This is a great spray for you to put on your goggles to keep them from fogging. All you have to do is spray it on and wipe it off. Its cheap and lasts for a long time. One application will work for as long as 5 days of gaming. It also protects your goggles from scratching when you get hit.
The 32 Degrees Anti Fog Spray is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
The Price But it is really not that bad for how long it lasts.
The last reviewer must have bought this stuff to use as a cleaner, they did not read the directions, put it on the outside of the lense, something because it holds the fog off great. You Spray a light mist on the INSIDE and then let is haze, buff it off with a small soft cloth.
Good stuff if you use it right, but if you are looking to clean your lense, water and a mild detergent works great, it is does not affect the lense like Windex. Read the directions and use it for its intened purpose.
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Doesn't stop fogging....
I got the wanting to prevent fogging while playing Woodsball.. Mistake and waste of a Money... Didn't work.... It cleaned pretty good but other than that it did nothing. And you can see the a film from it which creates a Glare(Got me Put out on a 1V1 at the end of a match).
Don't waste your money... Buy a Mask fan!! I give it a 3 For cleaning my Lenes
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Well it was cheap
Isn't as good as anti fog mask with the inserts
I would fully recommend just getting a decent jt antifog mask with lense inserts it will never fog up. I spent thirty dollars on a mask with the inserts and i can see clearly. But the spray helped for about thirty minutes when i cold weather also if i was int he woods and it was humid the spray actually smeared the crap out of lenses.
I've used the product off and on for about 6 months, hoping to get some kind of improvement over the last time I used it, but every time it disappoints me. Sure it cleans nicely, but after you use it, condensation builds up on the lens and the spray clumps up. So now you have to see through fog and clumps of the spray you just sprayed on there to stop the fog.
I just want to make this clear, I'm 20 years old and know how to read and follow instructions. Maybe I got a bad mix, I don't know, but I do know this, I will not be buying this product again.
Save your money for a good product or a thermal lens.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 18th, 2007 at 7:56 am PST