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    Toothpaste as Goggle Defogger Prevent goggles from fogging. Before hitting the pool, smear some paste onto the lenses, then wipe off.

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    • Stephanie Renee

      use toothpaste to de-fog goggles. hmmmm I am afraid to ruin my goggles doing this...idk if I will try it or not

    • Nancy Jamison

      Toothpaste as Goggle Defogger Prevent goggles from fogging. Before hitting the pool, smear some paste onto the lenses, then wipe off

    • Kimberly Dickinson

      rub toothpaste on swim goggles and wipe off to prevent them from fogging up. I wonder if this would work for glasses too?

    • Danielle Burris

      Toothpaste as Goggle Defogger Prevent goggles from fogging. Before hitting the pool, smear some paste onto the lenses, then wipe off. Zippered Plastic Bag as Gum Remover James Wojcik Zippered Plastic Bag as Gum Remover Remove stuck-on gum. Rub with a baggie filled with ice cubes until the goo hardens, then shatter it with a blunt object and vacuum it up. Advertisement

    • Lisa Lynch

      Use toothpaste as goggle defogger - Matt did this for the headlights on our car and it works great

    • Candace Fox

      Toothpaste as goggle defogger. Smear some on your goggles and then rinse off before swimming.

    • Carli Patton

      put a little toothpaste on goggles and then wipe it off. helps prevent foggy goggles

    • Dragana Jovic

      Toothpaste as Goggle Defogger | Fresh new spins on bathroom essentials.

    • Fern Tan

      Brilliant TIPS

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