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post #1 of 62 Old 10-09-2012, 01:00 PM Thread Starter
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Visor fog

What works for you as an anti-fog for your visor. I've heard everything from rain-x, to baby shampoo to rubbing a potato on it. I've used Cat Crap anti-fog on my swim goggles and mask with some success.

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37 degrees this morning on my commute which includes about 6 miles of city driving and 13 miles of highway. Shoei RF-1100 helmet with chin vent and top vents open.
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You mean water repellent?
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PINLOCK!!! Get a Pinlock visor! I can hold my pinlock over a boiling pot of water, and have absolutely no fogging.
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You mean water repellent?

no inside fogging
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I have some fogging in my visor but pinlock doesn't make visors for sevenzeroseven
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It is an anti fog wax and cleaner. Bought it at my optomatrist's office. Hocky players use it on their visors. Lasts approx 2 wks/application. I use it with success on my Shoei 1100. Costs about 6 bucks

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i've got pinlock, still get a slight fogging...best solution is to crack the visor a notch
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Just pop the visor open a bit.

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I have a BELL STAR helmet and no inside fogging last year I put one of BELL's Transitionals SOLFX Photochromc Shields on and the inside will NOT fog up .
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i've got pinlock, still get a slight fogging...best solution is to crack the visor a notch
It gets annoying opening the visor every time you stop.
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