one more question on anti-fogging goggles
I've tried all the suggestions and am still getting fogged up goggles. I have been washing with dawn liquid, then letting air dry (hanging), and then once dried I've tried drops or spray or toothpaste and left it on for various times up to 30 minutes, then rinsed thoroughly and let air dry before heading to the pool. I put the goggles on dry, and still, about 1/4 mile or less I have to stop for the spit treatment to defog. My concern is in the middle of a triathlon (I'm doing Nation's in a month, and it doesn't look like I'll get much of a swim warmup in the Potomac) I don't have the luxury of stopping to do this. SO now I am wondering, are all of you doing these tricks (toothpaste, spray, etc) and rinsing and putting the goggles on wet? It's the only thing I haven't tried. Thanks. Laura
Yes, I am putting this on the inside of the lenses.