theCryptofishist wrote:I've never made goggles work for me. I don't even try.
I'm just really at odds with so much of the conventional wisdom of this board. I'm not even trying... *sigh*
Bob wrote:Good suggestion, but where do you go to try on various motorcycle goggles?
In the summer, the sports stores sometimes have bins of last year's ski goggles for cheap(er). I like the venting, and you can just shake them out and brush them off as the dust accumulates. Suppose you can fit extra pieces of thin foam or felt in there if you want to block more dust.
FeetOfClay wrote:I scored a great pair of goggles at the Goodwill yesterday for $6....
my only question(s) are:
-should i replace the foam backing for sanitary reasons?
-how would i go about doing so?
the goggles have a foam cushioning betweeen goggles and face (about 1/4 in thick). tho these were second hand, the foam does NOT appear dirty or gross, but i hate the idea of sweating into foam that someone else may have sweated into.
i was considering pulling off the foam, buying foam at the craft store, using the pulled off piece to trace a pattern, cutting out new foam, and glueing on the goggles (but which adhesive to use?)....
or i could just soak the foam with lysol spray to disinfect, give a rinse, leave in the sunlight, try to kill any germs...
anyone ever replace foam on goggles?
Just LICK them clean... You will be fine.....
EDIT: just found this link to how to do it: http://www.ehow.com/how_8769512_replace-foam-ski-goggles.html they recommend using hot glue, but in my experience, hot glue can sometimes melt craft foam....
ZaphodBurner wrote:By the way, using saline solution or eyedrops in a dust storm is like flushing your eyeballs with concrete mix.
MyDearFriend wrote:I can't believe I'm taking shit from a meat-cake-with-teeth. :lol:
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