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Anti Fog Full Face Shield,,,,,??

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    Posted: 11 Feb 2024 at 2:37pm

 Howdy,,,I was cruising thru MarketPlace and seen a new style face shield that is ANTI FOG.
   I had bought a face shield at welding supply store and first rattle out of the box,,,the frigging  face shield developed a scratch dang near all the way across,,,mind you right at eye level TOO,,!!!It now has so many scratches is almost unuseable,,,,
 The one on MarketPlace looks like the right idea,,, and has a ONE PIECE Rubber SEAL at chin level and around your ears and at the eyebrow level,,and all One piece,,!!
 Has anyone seen these face shields and used them? Since I wear glasses, I have a reall issue with fogging up with any face shield and wind up not using one and that is even worst,,,???

 Anyone else seen these,,??
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I buy inexpensive throw aways as all will eventually scratch to a haze, worst is forget NOT to use Paper Towels on them and scratch even worse.  Use polishing style cloths, wet or dry, only.
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Joe, i have the same problem and i wear glasses also.. I ended up getting a PACK of face shields.. Maybe 5-6 in a box.. Its a hard flexible plastic maybe  10 inches wide and 12 inches tall and wraps around your face. has a head band to hold it on.. Not a real seal on the sided and chin, but thats what i needed.. Let it breath and still lots of protection from the front and some side..
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something like this... BUTT, BUTT... the girl dont come with it !! (dang)


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 Dang it,,I shoulda got a pic of the model they listed. I use LOTS of the 4 1/2" grinder discs and was looking for some side eye protection from the tiny metal cuttings,,,,and maybe some protection from a grinding disc disentegration,,,,?
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they gots some that got more "seal" to them... but i still have problems with the FOGGING... I use the el-cheapo shown above.. just keep the grindings away from my face.


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 You are TOO dang quick,,,Steve,,I fount these on Amazon as well as Walmart, but the walmart delivery is way too long,,
 SO, these still fog up,,?
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i have not tried that specific model.. Just saying "in General" i have fogging when i put on a face mask or even vented Goggles... I have to use something that is open on the back of sides and bottom to get some air flow... I try real hard to SHOOT the grinding specs away from me or at the ground.
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i have never seen any anti fog anything not fog up the same as every thing ealse maybe somthings stays clear afew minets longer when they are brand new and have never been cleaned
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Might look at some of the anti-fog spray used for Motorcycle bubble helmets and goggles . Seems there are several different ones on the market .
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