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    Posted: 09 September 2004 at 4:54pm
ok i am new to this so all i want to know is can the rainx for treatment be used on the googles or not and if not then what would be best to use i play alot of woodball and the humidity is high alot here so googles fog all the time
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We over in the uk use JT PLEXUS goggle cleaner to get the lense clean and smear free to start with then we use anti fog spray by V FORCE. If that dont help you could try and fit a JT VORTEX cyclonic fan system this will help as it can draw air in and out of the mask.
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Buy a thermal lens. It is much simpler, much easier to maintain, and will eventually save you money. I would not reccommend putting any strange chemicals on goggle lenses. They are pretty sensitive. Go to http://www.countypaintball.com if you have a common brand.

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Rain-X or anything with ammonia is a bad idea. If you can't afford a new mask with a thermal lens, gut a pc cpu fan and make a mask fan. Just make sure you do not cut openings for the fan in your mask, use the existing vents.
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Ive used Rain X on my goggles but, I only applied it on the outside, fer the inside I usually jus spit on it and wipe it off and it has never fogged up on me at all during 90* weather.
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ive had the same problem and one of the easy ways to fix this is the jt vortex fan.  Its not the cheapest ways to do it but it works.
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Ok if you don't have a thermal lense (even if you do you can still use it) the best stuff is called FogTech. It works FLAWLESSLY. Apply this stuff... lasts for a good week or two. A little pricey, but it is fantastic, it NEVER fogs on me at all. I tested it on my mirror in my bathroom and i took a shower, no fog at all. AND it lasted for 2-3 weeks. Here's the site: FogTech

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im goin to use fogx

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