Dunno - maybe if you did the inside of your visor it may 'linger longer' to enable you to get a whiff!NYBubba said:Thanks for the helpful info. Glad I decided to wait for these replies before applying it. The pledge sounds interesting. Norm, do you smell the lemony scent in the breeze?
Yep; me, too. It costs a bit more than "general purpose" products, but why pinch pennies when it comes to our beloved Burgmans.pauljo said:...I went back to using the "Honda cleaner & polish" product. Works fine on windscreen, helmet visor, everything. I'm happy with it.
Too true Blue! :wink:phil thunder said:[snipped] Nothing for it but to bin the visor and put on a new one, and with visors costing almost a third of the helmet price thats one expence I could do without, and on a shield thats very expensive!!!
When I used to scuba dive we used plain old saliva to prevent fogging :lol:ted clement said:If you want to experiment with something to reduce fogging inside your visor try rubbing a dab of shaving cream on and wiping clean with a soft cloth before take off. If in doubt, try a spot on your bathroom mirror before showering.
NYBubba said:Does anyone know if it safe to use Rain-X on the stock windshield? :shock: