Clean swim goggles by rinsing them in cold, clear water and avoiding soap or chemicals. Remove the chemicals from the swimming pool that damage swim goggles with advice from the owner of a swimwear shop in this free video on swimming goggles.
Hi, my name is Hector Inga, owner of Lane Four Swim Shop in Austin Texas, I've been asked to talk to you about cleaning, or how to clean your swimming goggles. Really the care of the swimming goggles are quite simple. Our main concern is to get the chlorine or some of the chemicals from the pool and other types of water that you get into, to just to rinse them, rinse as much of the chemicals of the goggles as possible. There's no need to use soap and water, what we do is just basically dip them in water or rinse them with some tap cold water, clear water. There is not really a cleaner for your lenses, there is an anti-fog spray but that doesn't clean them. The rest of the goggles, like lets say the straps, if they get a little grungy you can use a little soapy water, but do not get that on the lenses. In other words, what we want is just to have the inside of the lenses at least just rinsed but not touched.