Title: Foggy Goggles
Blargenth - September 13, 2010 03:12 PM (GMT)
I heard from one of your crew mates at Louisianime that Hobby Lobby sells some sort of anti fog substance for glass and plexi, but when I went their they had no idea what I was talking about.
Amarante Leroux - September 16, 2010 03:15 AM (GMT)
Unfortunately, this happens a lot... I once went into a Hobby Lobby looking for their Rub n' Buff, and though they carried it, the several workers I asked had NO clue what I was talking about... x.x
I'm not sure what substance you're referring to, but I think I know which of our crew probably knows about it. I'll nudge him over here to hopefully answer your question ASAP.
Captain Lazuli - September 16, 2010 05:13 AM (GMT)
Try calling and asking any sporting goods stores like Academy or Dicks sporting goods, if no luck there you might ask local paintball shops too. One of those places is sure to have some but call and ask to save yourself a trip and gas ;-D
Blargenth - September 16, 2010 03:27 PM (GMT)
Ok, a friend of mine told me to try a dive shop nearby, but if they don't have it I'll try those places too.
DR Nightshade - January 9, 2011 02:36 AM (GMT)
also try rainX antifog - @ walmart
theshyfox - January 10, 2011 08:26 PM (GMT)
I used to scuba dive, and they would sell us this ridiculously priced anti fog, and my dad couldn't afford one more thing on top of all of our equipment, so we looked for other alternatives.
Spit, and a rag, works well in a tight fix.
Tooth paste I have found, also works.
You can find anti fog however at places like walmart, academy, and other such places that have a substantial sporting goods department.
Hope that was helpful!