- 1 How do you clear a helmet visor?
- 2 How do you clean a visor?
- 3 Can I use Windex on my motorcycle helmet?
- 4 How do you keep your motorcycle helmet from fogging up?
- 5 Are helmet visors universal?
- 6 Can you clean pinlock visor?
- 7 How do you protect your helmet visor from scratch?
- 8 How do you clean Iridium visor?
- 9 What can I use for anti-fog?
- 10 Do pinlock visors work?
How do you clear a helmet visor?
How to Remove Scratches From Helmet Visors
- Remove the visor from the helmet.
- Hold the visor under running water. Sand deeper scratches lightly with 1,500-grit sandpaper.
- Wipe excess water from the visor with a rag.
- Plug in a heat gun.
- Turn on a lamp.
- Hold the heat gun 4 inches away from the scratched side of the visor.
How do you clean a visor?
If you’re out on the road and you’ve forgotten your visor spray and soft cloth, you can make do with toilet paper and water from a public toilet. Wet a few pieces of toilet paper and place them over the visor. Leave them there for at least 10 seconds, then gently wipe the visor clean.
Can I use Windex on my motorcycle helmet?
Windex is not an issue at all, it will not harm the lens or the finish on the helmet one bit. The issue is the cloth you use and wiping a dusty lens.
How do you keep your motorcycle helmet from fogging up?
Many modern motorcycle helmets have features that prevent fogging. They include air vents, visors that prop open a couple of centimetres, nose/breath guards and anti-fog visors or inserts.
Are helmet visors universal?
You need to buy one that fits specifically with your helmet. they aren’t universal, but should be easy to find for your helmet. tinted visors are awesome, you should definitely get one.
Can you clean pinlock visor?
With more soft lint free clothes and a spot of soapy water give you visor and Pinlock a good clean. Then polish out all the smears, finger prints and ensure it is super dry. Any moisture remaining will be sealed in and mist up as soon as you ‘re out in the cold.
How do you protect your helmet visor from scratch?
There are some other good answers, but the short answer to protecting the visor / face shield from being scratched is to ensure that ALL dust, dirt, bug remnants, etc. are removed BEFORE you try to polish or clean it with a microfibre cloth. Hint: NEVER use paper towels, they WILL scratch.)
How do you clean Iridium visor?
Windex and others have ammonia in them, and that is really bad for face shields. Try to use a cleaner for plastics if absolutely must use a cleaner. The best thing is mild soap and water though, and dry with a cotton cloth. My Arai RX7 helmet wasn’t cheap, and the iridium shield are just ridiculously expensive.
What can I use for anti-fog?
As an anti – fog rubbing compound, dish soap is extremely effective at resisting fog buildup on goggles and glasses. Apply the same way as all compounds, you will just take a drop of dish-soap, place on a very clean rag, and rub just until the point at which the lens is clean.
Do pinlock visors work?
There are companies that make cheaper versions that make use of the Pinlock pins. But these cheaper ones are cheaper for a reason and, in our experience, they simply don’t work. And the main reason is that the beading around the edge of the insert is plastic as opposed to silicone.