Visor fogging up

xXDashIVXx

Sr Member
Fans are amazing. You can purchase some cheap ones as they are, and even cheaper if the parts are seperate(fan, wires, battery pack, switch, etc.) To solder one yourself. Not only do they keep you cool, but will also prevent fogging if angled twards your vidor. There are some anti fog sprays thag may be worth a shot. I dont know if this is possible, but adding some sort of ventilation or repositioning your helmet will also help a little
 

Sir HappyBear I

New Member
Fans are amazing. You can purchase some cheap ones as they are, and even cheaper if the parts are seperate(fan, wires, battery pack, switch, etc.) To solder one yourself. Not only do they keep you cool, but will also prevent fogging if angled twards your vidor. There are some anti fog sprays thag may be worth a shot. I dont know if this is possible, but adding some sort of ventilation or repositioning your helmet will also help a little
I actually do have a set of Troopacoola fans that i can use! now i just need to find a good spot for them, thanks!
 

Coreforge

Member
You could also try to just put a piece of thin foam above where your nose will be so it deflects the air to the bottom of the visor so it doesn't fog up nearly as fast. I did that in mine and it works pretty well. It is a little bit annoying to adjust though.
 

Coreforge

Member
I don't have an ODST helmet, but I'm just holding the foam between the helmet shell and the cheek pads. I reinforced some parts of the foam with steel wire, but it also works without. It just makes taking the cheek pads out and putting them back in easier.
 

Sean Anwalt

RCO
405th Regiment Officer
You can take some Irish Spring body wash, the kind WITHOUT the little beads in it, apply a small amount to a paper towel, and rub it on the inside of your visor; that's helped me, as well.

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RandomRanger

Armory Assistant
Community Staff
You can take some Irish Spring body wash, the kind WITHOUT the little beads in it, apply a small amount to a paper towel, and rub it on the inside of your visor; that's helped me, as well.

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This is a common scuba diving trick, I believe most soaps work ftr. I've been thinking of pairing this with my fans.
 
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