Dont wipe inner lens.
I have heard that if you get the inside of any no-fog lens wet, you shouldn't wipe as this can cause issues with the no-fog coating. Searched around the 'net and found this:
"That is because every time you touch a no-fog coating, you reduce its effectiveness. In most circumstances, there is no reason to touch the lens. Give the lens time and it will heal itself. If you have to remove moisture from the lens it is best to blot
it. When moisture is present on the lens and the no-fog solution is swelled with moisture, wiping the lens can cause the no-fog coating to move about the lens. This has two effects: 1. You reduce fog protection in the place you have wiped, and 2. The lens appears scratched where the no-fog accumulates. Your best bet is to shake excess moisture from the goggle and then let the no-fog do its job. Be patient and your goggle will fix itself."
Taken from this website:http://www.athleticoptics.com/Tips.a...etTip&TipID=37
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