Cat Crap Anti-Fog Lens Cleaner is the best! The mild ingredients are safe on all lenses and coatings, including anti-reflective coatings. Simply apply with a soft cloth and wipe off. It comes off leaving a clear film that prevents fogging, cleans the lens and even fills the small scratches. Cat Crap is safe for hundreds of applications and available in the convenient 0.25 oz tub with a flip top lid. Use it as often as you like for clear smudge and fog free vision. Great for Sunglasses, ski goggles, hunting scopes, safety glass lenses, sport eyewear, and regular glasses. This crap works!
The Cat Crap Anti Fog Lens Cleaner is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
This is a great anti-fog for goggles, masks, sights and sunglasses. It also provides a this anti-scratch layer to help protect your optics. I have been using it for years on rifle scopes and sunglasses and love this product...worth many times its $4 price tag. Scope Dope is the same product marketed to a different niche, the compound is the same. I have found that using multiple applications on both sides of the lenses produces the best results.
32 Degrees Anti-fog: Lesser product than one reviewed
Ease of use
I have a 32 Degrees mask that I bought with my first marker over 4 years ago. I primarily play scenario/woods ball, which puts me in close/heavily wooded areas frequently. My lens has taken a beaten and I thought it was time to buy a new mask due to damage to the lens, especially the thermal layer. The thermal layer has been pretty well chewed up by different "anti-fogs" that I have used in the past, often with no improvement of play. However, a friend of mine did an amazing paint job on the mask and I decided to have a run at one more anti-fog. I read the review here on pbreview.com and thought I would give it a try. I tried it on my personal glasses first, doing one lens and leaving the other untreated. The effect was amazing. I fogged the untreated lens with a breath of air, but could not get anything to form on the treated lens.
So onto the paintball mask. I used it yesterday in preparation for a day of elimination in an urban assault and valley scenarios. Not once did I get a hint of fog through the entire day. However, I will probably end up still buying a new mask due to advances in field of vision and the need to identify the difference between a gouge in the lens and another pballer ready to take the kill shot on me.
Overall, don't know of another product that is in the same league with Cat Crap. However, did have some trouble locating it locally so do some research or buy ahead online. If you live in the central Maine area: Ski Rack on Longview Dr in Bangor has a stock right on their counter for $4. Would recommend this product to any player in any situation. Affordable, easy to use, and quality results.
Now, off to the read some mask reviews for the next purchase.
Trilogy with eggy2 & co2 with anti-siphon tubes(quite consistent)
Cheap & easy
Hard to find. Is it still being made and marketed?
Every paintball field in the world should be selling Cat Crap. This crap really does work!!
I've tried it all to keep my glasses & lenses from fogging and nothing has worked. Finally got ahold of the Crap, applied as directed and i went a whole day of patinballin with NO fog on my lenses, and it was a hot midwestern day!
Stop reading and start buying this crap, it is AWESOME!!