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The folks at QUAD Magazine claim that if you apply a light coat of Armor All all to the outside of your goggle lens then buff it off with a soft cloth you will be able to wipe it off easier when your goggles get dusty. They claim the Armor All keeps the dust from smearing leaving you with a clearer view.
 

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I have very good feeling that there are some car waxes that would do the same thing as well as fill in small scratches. Just in lexan
 

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I have also used a small drop of dawn soap on the inside of my lenses let it dry to a haze and buff. Creates a fog free coating on the insides of goggles.
 

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I have yet to find a pair of goggles that don't fog up on me. I just wear a pair of clear lens sunglasses that hug close to my eyes. It's the only thing I can't fog. One ride this year was just simply too dusty, so I had to wear goggles and fog them up.
 
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Hey Koko, doesn't Thom have stock in Armor All with how much he uses on the quad?? I would have thought he would have done this by now.
 
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