Most swim goggles are prevented from fogging up with an anti-fog coating on the inside of the goggle lens. Avoid touching the inside of swim goggles and use an anti-fog spray if the lenses begin to fog with tips from the owner of a swimwear shop in this free video on swimming goggles.
Hello, my name is Hector Inga, owner of Lane Four Swim Shop in Austin, Texas. And I've been asked to talk about how to prevent your swimming goggles from fogging up. Most of the swimming goggles nowadays come with the anti-fog treatment, it is a coating that you have on the inside of the lens, and something very important for you not to do is to touch the inside. Even when you have to clean them, you want to rinse them, get the stuff that is in there out, shake them to dry and that will keep your goggles going on for quite a while. Since it is a coating with the chemicals in the pool and everything eventually that coating will go out, you know, goggles will last some people more than others, there's really not a time limit on how long a goggle would last or how long the anti-fog coating would last. So that's one of the reasons why we sell anti-fog coating. So as soon as you notice that your goggles are starting to fog up you may come by and purchase a little bottle of anti-fog spray, you would just spray a little bit of this on your lens, coat the lenses and rinse them, and then your goggles should last you for a little while longer. This is a lot cheaper than buying another pair of goggles.