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For over 15 years Cat Crap has been rated #1 for lens cleaning & fog prevention in the US.
Cleans and polishes glass and plastic
Repels lint and dust
Prevents fogging of lenses
Is safe on all lenses and coatings
It is suitable for use on all types of visors, sunglasses, binoculars and other optical lenses (inside & out) as it is a mild cleaner and is safe for use on all types of lenses and coatings. Cat Crap comes in a handy snap close container that will easily fit in your bag or with any gear you might carry along with you.
How to use Cat Crap:
Remove any material that will scratch the lens (dust, insects, ect.)
Apply a small amount with your finger to cover the entire lens.
Buff the lens with a clean micro fiber cloth or chamois untill all the Cat Crap has been buffed off.
This will give you a clean streak free lens or visor that is highly resistant to foging.
Cat Crap should be used every couple of days to keep your lens or visor clean and resistant to fog. One container is good for hundreds of applications
Posted by Unknown on 14th Sep 2013
Don't let the size of this small tub deceive you, a smear is all that's needed & if applied to a clean visor before every ride, it will not fog! For around $10 it's worth it to try!
Posted by Jason on 13th Sep 2013
Definitely hasn't stopped my fogging. Wasn't aware I would have to apply it every day or so for optimal coating. It is better than it was though and for $10 still happy I bought it.
Posted by Bill on 8th Jul 2013
It has improved the antifog of my glasses, sbout 80% affective
Posted by CKone on 16th May 2013
Not bad , but no miracle cure! might need a lot of it from such a tiny little tub . In the end there a lot worse products on the market , so give this a go !
Posted by MrT on 9th May 2011
This has been the only stuff that has worked on my visor and no fogging.
Don't know what it's made from but hell it's good. Maybe it is from Cat Poo.
Comes in a nice little easy store container which can be put carried in your jacket pocket.