Swim goggles whale brand believes that when swimming, goggles often fog up, which brings a lot of trouble to swimming. Why is it foggy? In fact, this is caused by the temperature difference: the inner side is close to the eye socket, and the temperature is higher; the outer side is in contact with the water, and the temperature is lower, so the water vapor in the swimming goggles condenses into small water droplets. This is the same as the fog on the window of the room in winter.
Many friends will take off the goggles when they get foggy and put them in the water. But it won't last long, and after swimming back in a circle, the eyes are hazy again. So what should we do?
The goggles whale brand tells everyone how to clean;
1. Rinse with low-temperature running water to prevent aging. Running water makes it easier to clean the swimming goggles.
2. Use the belly of your fingers to evenly apply the detergent (dishwasher, shampoo, shower gel) on the inside and outside of the goggles to prevent the nails from scratching the goggles.
3. Rinse the cleaning liquid with running water, and repeatedly rub off the dirt on the surface of the cleaning liquid and the swimming goggles with the belly of your fingers.
4. Shade and dry swimming goggles, do not expose them to the sun.
Use professional anti-fogging agent:
1. Rinse the lens with clean water before use and dry it with a glasses cloth or paper towel, then put 1-2 drops of professional antifogging agent or spray on the inside of the lens, and apply it evenly with your fingers or sponge.
2. After applying, let the goggles stand still and wipe off the excess anti-fogging agent.
have to be aware of is:
1. If you find abnormal skin or eyes during use, you should stop using it, and see a doctor immediately after rinsing with water
2. Do not place the anti-fogging agent in direct sunlight or high temperature
3. Keep away from infants, children should be used under the guidance of parents
4. Do not mix different brands of anti-fogging agents when using
Use egg white to smear the inner mirror: Since the anti-fogging agent is more or less irritating to the eyes, we can also use egg white instead. First wash a little detergent on the inner surface of the swimming goggles and dry them, then take a fresh egg and break a small hole to make the egg white flow into the mirror to make it evenly distributed, then pour out the excess egg white and dry the swimming goggles , You can prevent fogging.
Use baby shampoo: If you think the anti-fogging agent is too expensive and irritating, and the egg white is too inconvenient, you can try baby shampoo. Remember that it is a shampoo for babies, not for adults. Put a small amount of shampoo in the swimming goggles before entering the water, and then put a small amount of clean water, use your fingers to evenly spread the shampoo in the swimming goggles until foaming, and then rinse off the foam with clean water.
Licking directly with your tongue: The most common method used by most professional swimmers is to lick the inner side of the goggles directly with their own saliva. After all, when swimming becomes frequent, all other methods are very troublesome. This method does not seem to be particularly hygienic, but it is indeed the simplest and most effective anti-fogging method. This is because the saliva contains mucin (mucin contains two parts of glycosyl and protein peptide chain, both a hydrophobic structure and a hydrophilic structure), which can effectively reduce the tension on the surface of the swimming goggles and play a role of anti-fogging. The specific steps are to first put the swimming goggles in the water, and then lick the inside of the mirror surface and then don't wash them directly. Generally, there will be no fogging within 1-2 hours, but as long as they are taken off or over water, they will fail.