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    Helmet Visor Misting

    As some of you maybe aware im new to riding, But now and then my visor suffers from misting up, mainly when its cold in the mornings.

    Does anyone have any ideas/tips to stop this from happening?

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    Fairy liquid on the visor.

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    Go much faster

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    Rub a cut spud on it.

    Or use rainx.
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    as above fairy liquid you can buy anti mist stuff but its no better than the fairy liquid or just keep the visor open a very small amount
    on a back road somwhere playing

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    My dad uses rainx, best product out of all hes tested. right now he's at nurburgring!!! jelous

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    Breath in through your mouth and out through your nose. Don't know what helmet you have but most have anti-fog visors on anyway, if you don't then try one of the above as well.

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    I have a Nitro VF series.

    I will try the sugguestion above,

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyalWithCheez View Post
    Breath in through your mouth and out through your nose. Don't know what helmet you have but most have anti-fog visors on anyway, if you don't then try one of the above as well.
    What Cheez said.

    I used to make it steam up like mad til I started doing what Cheez has said.
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