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#318162 - 04/18/08 05:20 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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I just got my shipment of Raincoat and Fogtech. Haven't tried the Raincoat yet but the Fogtech worked better than anything I've used before including cat crap and that Zooke stuff they sell at the bike shows. Two hour ride with temps between 35 and 40 including fog in the low areas. Not a spot of fog in my Shoei RF1000. I'm sold! I've got to go to Pensacola tomorrow and it looks like rain. Should get a chance to check out the Raincoat tomorrow.


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#318163 - 04/18/08 06:57 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: Flyer5]  
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I just ordered some. I will post after trying it . Dave




Hey send me your address and I will shoot some Fogtech to you for being an early bird. gene (at) motosolutions (dot) com

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#318164 - 04/18/08 07:01 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: pedro cerveza]  
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I use quite a bit of Plexus on my shield. Will it remove your product?




It might. Raincoat hangs on pretty good, but Plexus is a good cleaner. I have not tried to remove Raincoat with it. Try it and let me know. gene (at) motosolutions (dot) com


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#318165 - 04/18/08 07:54 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: MikeB60]  
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I just received my raincoat and fogtech last night as well. I'm heading for NC next Wednesday and the 10 day forecast is looking iffy.......I'm kinda looking forward to see how well it all works.


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#318166 - 04/19/08 01:18 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: OoPEZoO]  
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OK, just purchased some of each. I'll report back how they work. We definitely have all types of "moisture" here in Michigan. I hope the Fogtech works, as itís a problem every morning for me lately. Iím also really interested how the Raincoat could work on the (factory) windshield.



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#318167 - 04/19/08 03:54 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: Nevets]  
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Ho will your products work on the Schuberth visors with the coating they have on the inside and the outside? They recomed only water to clean their visors.

#318168 - 04/20/08 01:48 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: Francis]  
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Ho will your products work on the Schuberth visors with the coating they have on the inside and the outside? They recomed only water to clean their visors.




I always recommend that you follow the manufacturer's instructions. The anti-fog coating on the inside is soft and sensitive to chemicals. I have tried Fogtech over many anti-fogs coatings on safety glasses, paintball masks and an older Schuberth. Fogtech did not seem to impact the anti-fog layer. As a matter of fact, it made the anti-fog effect even better.

That being said, I would wait until the manufacturer applied coating stops works or show signs of fogging. Then apply Fogtech.

I have not tried Raincoat over the anti-fog coatings and I would not suggest you try that. Raincoat is usually used on the outside of the shield.


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#318169 - 04/20/08 06:21 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: Nevets]  
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I received my Raincoat and apply it to three different helmets, a Shoei, Arai, and a Nolan N102 Ncom, and with lots o rain today. Great day to do some testing. Worked great on all three just as advertised.

I didn't get any Fogtech because I normally use the Nolan with the antifog insert - so I can't speak on that.


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#318170 - 04/27/08 01:21 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: xbubblehead]  
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I haven't had chance to ride in the rain yet, probably next week. The fog tech works great.
There is a rise between the hills on my way to work that every morning I would get a fogged face shield and wind shield . No more since using the fog tech . Only applied once in the last 2 weeks so far so good . Thanks for a great product . Dave


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#318171 - 04/28/08 06:49 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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Just ordered some and was wondering if there is a "shelf life" on either products?

Michael


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