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I don't have a problem with my visor fogging up but my sunglasses do when I first put them on but haven't driven away yet. This only happens when its fairly cold/etc.. out. Is cat crap the solution or is there something better?
 

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Probably you are leaving your sunglasses in your scoot......!!!! and they are cold..... moisture ALWAYS condenses on a cold surface just like a glass of ice water on a hot humid day!
 

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I go through this never ending battle with my glasses while snowmobiling. Let us know what works for you. :thumbup:
 

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Cat Crap did not work for me.

I've tried a variety of anti-fog products. The one that has worked best for me is Clarity DefogIt. http://www.defogitworks.com/ and a review: http://www.webbikeworld.com/r4/clarity-defog-it/
Been using it for the past 2 years.

It does seem pricy at about $9 for a teeny tiny little bottle of the stuff, but I find I only need 1 drop per lens. Even riding throughout the winter, a bottle lasts for at least 9-10 months.

The new anti-glare lens coatings on eyeglasses are great and offer improved vision in both daylight and at night, but the hydrophobic coatings are more prone to fogging.
 

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Cat Crap, Clarity DefogIt, spit, shaving cream, etc all work to stop fogging of glasses.
 
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