ANTI-FOG YOUR SWIMMING GOGGLES

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There are several ways to anti fog your googles I am gonna share 3 ways with you

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Step 1: THINGS YOU NEED

YOU WILL NEED
1. Swimming goggles
2. Shampoo or Toothpaste or Shaving cream

Step 2: APPLYING

Apply any one of the items that is Shampoo or Toothpaste or Shaving cream to the swimming goggle , inside out

Step 3: WASHING

Now rinse the goggle with water and dry it with a towel

Step 4: YOU ARE DONE

You have got your anti-fog goggles

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    AlejandroE

    2 years ago

    Which one of the three work best?

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    crasch48

    5 years ago on Introduction

    ps' an old divers trick is spit in them and rub it around.

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    anujpowerbox

    5 years ago

    @Mason Wright, No I didn't stole your project I had no idea that you have this type of project only plus in your instructable you have used dawn dish soap which is used nowhere in my instructable

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    anujpowerbox

    5 years ago

    @Cats Science Club, No it doesn't burn the eyes and it's lasting depends on the quantity you use and the way you treat them, Like if you use pea size then it will last for at least 1 - 2 hours.