Some glasses use more ventilation than others. Just try a different
style and see how it goes. I have been buyin mine by the dozen from
They have many many styles to choose from and by far stock a wider
variety of saftey glasses that I have seen, and cheap prices. When I
searched for anti-fog I got 33 results. Link:
try the scuba-divers trick. a bit of spit on the inside, rub it round
with your finger and give it a quick swill out under the tap. then wear!
costs exactly as much as i like to pay!
1. Use glasses that vent well. Remember, base your type of glasses
on the work you are doing. If you have to use low-vented models, like
splash proof, then do what is required and clean them often with step
2. Clean the glasses with an anti fog cleaner. I've heard good
stories about Rain-X's anti fog, from people who work in very humid
conditions. However, allways follow manufactures instructions.
tom @ www.NoCostAds.com
I agree with the anti-fog approach. When diving, for an anti-fog when you
don't have anti-fog, we spit on our masks and rub the glass with the spit.
Seems to work just as well as the anti-fog, albeit a little messy.
Stop working hard. <big grin>
Seriously, if you find a good answer, I'd like to hear it.
Until then, keep your nose UNCOVERED if possible. I have found that, with a
scarf over my mouth AND nose, my exhaled breath is captured and directed
upward toward my safety glasses and fogs them badly.
I may look into the Rain-X suggestion. It will be interesting to see what
effect, if any, it has on PLASTIC lenses.
a search on ebay.com for
safety glasses anti-fog
safety goggles anti-fog
should result in plenty of hits for glasses that have anti-fog lenses or
safety goggles that have anti-fog vent holes
you might be able to find some locally also
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