From the article: Make Swimming Goggles Anti-Fog
Goggles are practically as required as a swimsuit for lap swimming. But if your swimming goggles do not have built-in anti-fog, or your swimming goggles' anti-fog wears out, what do you to make your swimming goggles into anti-fog swimming goggles?
- first I tried spitting but it didn't work so I used baby shampoo 1.Drop a small portion of baby shampoo 2.Rub it with your finger (Don't rub to hard) 3. Rinse, Dry and Test
- —Guest Only if you had a baby in your house ;)
Scuba Mask Anti-Fog Not a Good Idea
- Using a scuba mask anti-fog product in your swim goggles is not advised, the chemicals can sometimes cause severe irritation and/or eye damage.
The Best, what the pros use!
- 500 Psi. Try it. You can thank me later! Your goggles will never fog on you again.
- —Guest Shaun
Wide-i, Magnetic Fog Wiper
- This is a must for any swimmer. It’s a little magnetic wipers where I slide a magnet on the outside of my goggle, causing the inside magnet to move in unison and wipe off fog. Highly recommend, and I love it!
- It sounds silly, but just squirt a dime-sized drop of whatever shaving cream you use into both lenses in your goggles, and wipe it out with a dry washcloth. It works everytime!!(:
- —Guest erin
Saliva works every time all the time
- I've used saliva in the pool, in lakes, in the ocean. Works best all the time.
- —Guest Philippe
spit on the goggle
- use your saliva just before jumping into the pool and wash it clear and the glass beceomes anti-fogging
- —Guest victor
- best, chepaest, and more practical method is to put saliva in the goggles and spread it with a finger. It may sound disgusting, but it is the best antifog ever!
- —Guest avejes
- I purchase anti fog solution to spray on my goggles.. it works fabulously.. I purchase it from any place that sells swimming supplies.
- —Guest Elizabeth
Myriad of ways to anti-fog
- I've tried everything; toothpaste, baby shampoo, dishsoap,spit, anti-fog chemicals, nothing seems to work ALL the time. Its as though the conditions dictate if they will get foggy or not.
- —Guest Shermanator
- Mostly I use saliva but this doesn't last very long, I've also bought Arena Anti-fog drops but they didn't work well for me. The best method is to leave a tiny amount of water in your goggles - when they fog up just shake your head and like a windscreen wiper your vision is clear - you just need to experiment with the amount of water so it doesn't irritate your eyes when you turn to breath.
- —Guest Michael
- Rub baby shampoo inside the goggles and then rinse with water. They stay relatively fog-free for a long time.
- —Guest Coach Kate
How to make your goggles anti-fog
- Mix equal parts rubbing alcohol and water and a few drops of detergent into a small spritzer bottle.
- —Guest Anti-Fog Your Goggles
I use SeaGold
- I use the SeaGold gel, which was designed for scuba diving. Just a little drop in each lens before a workout or open water swim lasts hours.
- —Guest Steveo
- Concur 100%...Anti-fog for dive masks is a very bad idea for swim goggles...I am proof of that!! After almost a month, still having problems with my vision.
- —Guest Anti-Fog