Hey guys, im very very new to riding, and this is more of a chemically based question.
In particular this is about the Cleaning of Helmet Visors. I have a Caberg 104 (Solo) Raptor that has an anti-fog coasting on the inside of the visor. When attempting to clean the visor, you can feel a huge difference when using a lense cloth as it feels like the inside has a rubber lining.
I may just be OCD about this, but the streaks in the visor are DRIVING me insane. And in past i know Windex and most cleaning solutions help avert streaks when just using water. Now to the meat of the question, will using Windex or other solutions totaly destroy that anti-fog coating on the visor? Is there a solution to assist me with properly cleaning? OR should i just STFU, keep using water and quit bitching?
If only being able to use water is the case ill just have to accept it, i would prefer to not mess up the visor.