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How to Properly Defog Your Mask Maintenance Video

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How to Properly Defog Your Mask Maintenance Video

This instructional video demonstrates how to properly defog your mask. Why should you use a Commercial Defog? It’s much more sanitary than your salvia and lasts longer keeping your mask de-fogged! After use, make it a point to soak your mask in warm water, especially if it was used in salt water. The warmer water will break the salt crystals and keep you mask nice and clean. Every once in a while, re-sanitize your mask and snorkel with the Sea Buff or toothpaste and the toothbrush. It will keep them from retaining a possible mildew odor. You could also soak or rinse them with a mild solution of mouthwash. This solution could be used with your regulator mouthpiece, your manual inflator-hose and the inside of your BCD.