When I buy a new pair of goggles, I clean them with a little bit of toothpaste. Just rub it in dry on both sides of the lens and then rinse. After that, spit works like magic.
Nope. It's an old cold water diver secret (well, not very secret but still). Use this on all of my dive masks and airsoft mask. Just rub in with your finger and it wont scratch it. Just any old toothpaste will do.Doesn't scratch or dull them at all?
*Shrugs* I've never had an issue, but then I use a plain generic brand toothpaste without any of that "cavity protection" stuff, but that would make sense.Whoa whoa.. wait a minute,lol.. Not any old toothpaste.. Dont use anything that has abrasives like MOST toothpastes do these days. I think that most all pastes since the 90's have abrasives in them, get cheap dollar tree stuff. If theres baking soda in it, it will scratch. Thats why toothpaste is to effective is due to the tiny little particles in them.
Never heard of that one before. I will have to try that one out sometime.I have also hear of people putting bandaides in them, tucking into the frame. Apparently the vapours from the adhesive do something helpful.