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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlewis74 View Post
    Never had an issue with any of my Coasta Glasses fogging up.
    I never have either until yesterday. It was hot and humid, and I was sweating. I'm guessing that may have played a factor in it. But it drove me nuts lol
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    If I get hot and sweaty and there's not a breeze the bottom 1/4 of mine will steam up a bit. Cat crap is also good on scopes and binocs.

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    We used to spit on our dive mask and rub it in........if you are in a pinch you could try it

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    When I was shooting competitively I used that little pink stick you got at the state fair from the guy doing showers and mirrors. Works great and lasts forever. I haven't been to the fair in probably 30 years and am still using the stuff that I bought back then.

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    I ordered the cat crap stuff, got both the spray and the paste. The spray came yesterday and I tried it out. It definitely helped out a lot! The paste came today, Ima give it a try next. Thanks for all the replies!
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    I used the heck out of that Cat Crap back when I skied a lot every winter (on Uncle Sam's tax dollars),,,,,,,it is a good product,,,,,,,,even works on bathroom mirrors!!
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    Now you tell me. No wonder my eyes are watering. I didn't know cat crap was a commercial product.

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    Toothpaste. When I used to dive a lot in humid areas it worked wonders. Rub it all over and then wash off and the residue stays on the mask. Should work for sunglasses too. I also believe that is why people spitting in dive masks work too, residual toothpaste.
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    Ummm toothpaste works bc masks are shipped with a film on the glass that promotes fogging. The abrasives in the toothpaste remove this and prevents the fogging. You'll just end up with scratched lenses especially on poly lenses if you rub them with toothpaste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildlifer View Post
    Ummm toothpaste works bc masks are shipped with a film on the glass that promotes fogging. The abrasives in the toothpaste remove this and prevents the fogging. You'll just end up with scratched lenses especially on poly lenses if you rub them with toothpaste.
    Huh, good to know. Although if it was just to take off the coating, I wonder why it kept working for the couple decades that I dove when I used it before every dive? I will have to try the Cat Crap stuff.

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