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post Jun 16 2008, 11:32 AM
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While up in Laconia we stopped at a booth to get thefuckenscoop on some Anti-Fog remedies they were selling http://www.zooke.com/index.html

I didn't buy any because my first impression is always "It's a fucken scam, so save your money". Curious has anyone tried this stuff before? Does it really work? I also read around and found this other stuff called FogTech which got some good reviews too.... http://www.fogtech.com/

Ever hear of or use either on your goggles or glasses... (IMG:http://www.harleyshoptalk.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/kopf.gif)

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post Jun 16 2008, 11:48 AM
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Sorry Eddie, I have never heard of them. Maybe try a scuba/dive shop. I bet they stuff they use on the diving goggles would work????? or maybe not. Just a thought!

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post Jun 16 2008, 11:53 AM
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These are places I know of

1) North east scuba in chelmsford, and

2) Burlington Scuba in Burlington MA

Give them a call and chat with them. If you have luck with them, let me know.

If you want, i can stop by and pick some up for you. I pass it everyday....
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post Jun 16 2008, 11:54 AM
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OH and check some local Ski shops too..
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post Jun 16 2008, 12:03 PM
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Inland Divers. 100 S. Main St. Leicester, MA 01524. 508-892-3323.
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post Jun 16 2008, 01:00 PM
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Learned this from moto x ing days. Take a clean cloth and put a little dishwashing soap on it and rub it on the inside of your shield, glasses , goggles ect. Buff it in til it dries then buff with a clean cloth. Works every time!
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post Jun 16 2008, 02:04 PM
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QUOTE(JIMMYZ @ Jun 16 2008, 01:00 PM) *
Learned this from moto x ing days. Take a clean cloth and put a little dishwashing soap on it and rub it on the inside of your shield, glasses , goggles ect. Buff it in til it dries then buff with a clean cloth. Works every time!

(IMG:http://www.harleyshoptalk.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/stupid.gif) also check out a hockey shop......they generally sell an anti-fog spray for use on clear plastic face shields. Matter of fact I may have an old bottle around here I would send you if I can find it.
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QUOTE(JIMMYZ @ Jun 16 2008, 02:00 PM) *
Learned this from moto x ing days. Take a clean cloth and put a little dishwashing soap on it and rub it on the inside of your shield, glasses , goggles ect. Buff it in til it dries then buff with a clean cloth. Works every time!

We've done that. It's ok until it rains....... Maybe we aren't buffing hard enough.
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The best cure for fogging that I've found is shaving cream. No shit. Spray it on the inside of yer goggles and then wipe off. Still don't believe me? Rub some on yer shithouse mirror and then have a nice hot shower. The mirror will be clear where the shaving cream was applied.
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Rain-X Defogger (or Anti Fogger....can't remember the exact frickin name)

I use it all winter. Lasts about a week, then reapply with a clean rag.

Comes in a Black Bottle.

Can find it about everywhere.



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post Jun 17 2008, 10:53 PM
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I have used the fogtech. I found it at a paintball store. It works as they say. They claim an application lasts 5 days. That is accurate and it will last even longer as long as the surface stays clean. If you have to clean the surface you may have to re apply it.
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Eddie, in order to hear from ALL HST members, specifically California folks, you're going to have to change the title of the thread to Anti-Marine Layer Remedies. They won't know what da fuck we're talkin' about. (IMG:http://www.harleyshoptalk.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/whistling.gif)
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Zooke sucks. It works during the demo, after that it's useless.
The jar they sell holds very little zooke.
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post Nov 6 2008, 05:11 PM
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QUOTE(harleydave51 @ Nov 6 2008, 05:03 PM) *
Zooke sucks. It works during the demo, after that it's useless.
The jar they sell holds very little zooke.


Thanks Dave... I was a bit skeptical, glad I didn't waste myfuckenmoney on it...
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I agree on the zookie crap crap crap ..........Maui Jim says dont use it and rain ex I thought said dont use on plastic ........... could be wrong.

Shaving cream works, the sope one would be funny as hell in the rain ......... bubbles coming out ...................fogwi I know fog and Nor Cal knows fog and shit bakersfield knows fog, this one time at band ,,,,,, wrong story ...... I was driving a uhaul we hit fog in southern Cal (inland hwy 99) it was so thick all I could do is look at the white dashes in the road and it made me so fucking sick instant puking and couldn't pull off the road.........Had some major pile ups on California hwy 5 and 99...........
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The soap method is not a good idea because if it could get into your eyes. It happened to a friend and he spent half an hour crying his eyes clean.
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When using soap. Wipe til its DRY. you will never know its on there except it won't be fogging up. Dont be SLOPPY with the Soap
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