[MHml] treatment or tricks
multihulls at steamradio.com
Sat Mar 31 02:10:05 EST 2001
Hey Cap'n Len, if you drop by the Shell Factory down in your neck of the
woods, they have that guy in there!
Fair Winds !
Speranza - Lagoon 410 enroute from
N 46? 42.92'
E 001? 59.91'
Punta Gorda, FL
to dock -
N 26? 53.471'
W 082? 03.515'
to Corona Locker -
N 26? 53.472'
W 082? 03.516'
From: multihulls-admin at steamradio.com
[mailto:multihulls-admin at steamradio.com]On Behalf Of Capt. Len
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 10:23 AM
To: multihulls at steamradio.com
Subject: Re: [MHml] treatment or tricks
RainX is for glass not plastic or the various UV and antiglare coating found
Virtually every major boat show and some other types of shows has a booth
with a guy cleaning your glasses for free and offering an anti fogging
product. Maybe someone can pick up the name and address at a show and post
Jesse Deupree wrote:
> Jan Kloub wrote:
> >Does anyone please have something which works for eye glasses to prevent
> >fogging in thick weather? (While sailing a multi, of course.) Thanks.
> Murray's recommends Baby Shampoo for their Barz lenses.
> As others have pointed out, RainX makes two products, one is to allow
> you to drive your car without using wipers, the other is an anti-fog
> coating- both made for auto glass. I have seen specific advice not to
> use these products on certain brands of lenses, I don't know if it is
> because the lenses are plastic or because of a specific coating. Be
> careful and test.
> Jesse Deupree
> F-27 ION
> Portland Maine
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