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I wear glasses and it fogs up every now and then under the helmet. My visor on the helmet is ones those anti-fogs but my glasses aren't

I normally just flip up the visor a bit to get air in and its all good but today it hasn't covered it. Is there some speical cleaner/spray to prevent this. I had a anti-fog coat applied to my glasses when i first got them but i guess its not working anymore.
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Decades of motorcycle riding & racing experience has taught me that in the right (or wrong as the case may be) conditions nothing is absolutely fog free... I know...I've tried everything!!! The best thing I've found is the Scott goggles with the battery operated fan but that won't help you and isn't practical in street or road racing applications...second best is the scott no fog cloth. Easy to carry and available almost anywhere helmets and/or goggles are sold.
In a pinch....................Good old bar soap. Any brand except the stuff with pumice in it...soap up your lenses and the inside of the shield with the corner of the bar and buff it off like wax with a soft cloth...works great for awhile...will need to be redone several times on a long ride.

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