Rinse goggles under cool water to remove debris, if possible. If you don't have water readily accessible, you may dust the goggles with a dry cloth. (If you have a can of compressed air on hand, this also works well.)
Spray the lenses liberally, inside and out, with an anti-fog lens cleaner. You'll find this at most places (hardware stores, for example) that sell safety goggles.
Wipe the inside of the lenses with a clean cloth to remove all dirt and debris. Spray the inside with the cleaner once again, and wipe dry with a fresh cloth. This may seem redundant, but you may not get all the grime off the first time you spray and wipe the glasses.
Spray the cleaner on the outside of the lenses. Wipe these clean with another fresh, soft cloth. Spray it again, as you did the insides of the lenses. Wipe with a clean cloth to dry .
Use the cleaner on the sides and ear pieces as well. Debris left on these may travel toward the lenses when you are wearing the goggles.
Things You Will Need
- Soft cloths
- Anti-fog lens cleaning fluid
- Clean safety goggles before and after each use.
- Most safety goggle lens cleaners work on glass, polycarbonate and plastic lenses.