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Author Topic:   Helmet Fogging
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 33
posted May 03, 2004 09:42 AM  
Ok, what tricks are there to reduce fogging the inside of the helmet shield other than cracking them open. Bought a new simpson super voyager helmet and suppose I should have it modified to fresh air intake this winter. Thanks for any help. Jim

Ego Racing
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posted May 03, 2004 11:10 AM  
They sell some stuff in Dive shops for there masks and it works really good.

Dirt Freak

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posted May 03, 2004 04:43 PM  
hold your breath and stop breathing.LOL just kidding,had good luck with RainX anti fog treatment for your car windshield,try it on a small area first to be sure it dosent attack visor.

Dirt Forum Champ
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posted May 03, 2004 06:51 PM  
rain X will cure your problem one application will do for the year


Dirt Roller

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posted May 04, 2004 08:59 AM  
Not to sound like a tightass but buy the rainx sheet. If you put it in a ziplock bag it'll stay moist for a month or better, that's all you should need it till this fall. jmo OX

Dirt Freak

Total posts: 265
posted May 04, 2004 12:42 PM  
I use an anti-fog wax/polish called cat C-R-A-P. Got it at a sports store for $1.50 by the sunglass department. I've used in in paintball masks, helmets and on glasses. Works great and is really cheap. It also helps protect against scratches.

[This message has been edited by Mikey14 (edited May 05, 2004).]

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posted May 04, 2004 01:13 PM  
i breath threw my nose and regulate my breathing so i breath very slow, i have just to see let air out of my mouth really fast and it does fog, but if i keep control of my breathing no problems ever.

Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 111
posted May 04, 2004 02:13 PM  
I have a hard enough time regulating my bladder out there, much less my breathing. Three straight laps, three wide, and me in the middle, I nearly passed out from NOT breathing! My hats off to you, Zero!!!!

Dirt Forum Champ
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posted May 04, 2004 02:30 PM  
Shaving cream. Wipe it on, let it dry, polish it off.

Smells good too....

Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 33
posted May 04, 2004 03:31 PM  
Racer 308, here you on the bladder control, was busy draining the 44oz diet coke the other night which is apparantly when my heat race took off....ooops

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posted May 04, 2004 03:33 PM  
i guess i just dot get excited much, i race against some guys that are covered in sweat at the end of a race, even when it is cold outside. i only sweat when its hot outside. i guess everybody is different. i try to stay as calm as possible, i fiqure the more calm you can stay the better. you can think clearer.

nate 11
Dirt Freak

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posted May 04, 2004 03:34 PM  
do you put this stuff on the inside or the outside of the visor?..later

Dirt Freak

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posted May 04, 2004 04:39 PM  
i am fairly calm in the car too i have actually have gotten into the habit of singing while i am driving. i guess it comes from riding around on the street with the stereo up. the only thing is to remeber to sing quieter under caution so the other people don't hear you. we have mufflers up here and i have gotten a few odd glances under caution when i was a little louder thn i

Dirt Forum Champ
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posted May 04, 2004 04:42 PM  
watch out and dont bite your tounge in a crash...just joking

Dirt Freak

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posted May 04, 2004 06:27 PM  
this may sound a little gross,but i got in a pinch with a foggy visor,and remembered what we used to do snorkeling.spit on it ,then wipe it around.just don't try this in the car,with the helmet on under caution.don't wasn't pretty.

Dirt Full Roller

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posted May 06, 2004 09:28 PM  
34 the shaving cream works really well My wife puts it on the rest room mirror and the stuff works great!

Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 51
posted May 06, 2004 10:12 PM  
First off, I know where you're coming from! Had major problems my first year.

Rain-X didn't work for me.

The answer for me was a 'Fog Free' shield!

They look as though they have a laminate on the inside of the shield. There is no mistaking the difference.

I think I purchased a 'Bell' 'fog proof' shield from speedway or somewhere. They work great!!!! And are worth the extra cost. No fogging what-so-ever.

Also the CAT **** stuff is awesome! Ski stores sell it. I use it only for my glasses,... that is once I found the 'fog free' shields.

If you where glasses you know the, I also breath a little to hard when three wide!


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