Yea, there is a kind of anti-fog spray named C-Clear. C-Clear anti-fog spray works as a lens cleaner and an anti-fogging spray for eyeglasses, sports masks and goggles, military masks and goggles, glass or mirrors and auto and boat windshields and windows. In addition, it stops restaurant sneeze glass and refrigerated glass displays from fogging as well. Lastly, it prevents debris and tiny dust particles from adhering to lenses, other glass or plastic surfaces.he liquid is a diluted form of the C-Clear Gel manufactured to certain specifications to be easily dispensed through the atomizer spray tops. The Gel is a semi-solid, stronger product, for hard to solve fogging issues. If you need a strong anti-fog then you will most likely need our Gel. It is much stronger than the liquid.All of our lens cleaning spray bottles contain 100% liquid C-Clear, which is biodegradable and environment friendly. Moreover, the best anti-fog spray on the market will not harm prescription lenses nor tints and protective coatings.
Yes. there is anti-fog spray for prescription glasses. I know the name sounds weird but trust me when I tell you that this stuff works wonders! While choosing an anti fog product; be sure it is a one that is developed for your type of lens material as making the wrong choice can cause damage to your high end optics. Although most are safe on most lens types there are very few of these products that are safe and effective on specialized lenses like those developed from polycarbonate materials. EK Cat Crap Spray On is an anti-fog liquid solution used to spray on your lenses.This product is safe on all lenses. Simply spray on your lenses and wipe it with a soft cloth. Once you try this product you will never want to use anything else!
To prevent the fog on the prescription glasses and obscured vision problems, anti fog products have been developed and introduced to market. These products are simple to use but most require a process of at least two steps in order to apply. almost all of the current anti fog solutions available do not provide relatively long term solutions to the problems cause by moisture and comdensation.Choosing the right anti fog solution for your particular eyewear and activity is paramount. There are products specifically made for glass while some provide protection only for plastics and some provide adequate protection for both.While choosing an anti fog product; be sure it is a one that is developed for your type of lens material as making the wrong choice can cause damage to your high end optics. Although most are safe on most lens types there are very few of these products that are safe and effective on specialized lenses like those developed from polycarbonate materials.