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Defog It Anti Fog Builds Clear Vision into Construction




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printable versionWhat anti fog can stand up to heat and humidity?
San Juan Construction, Inc, is a general contractor with projects throughout the U.S. and around the globe. Their company motto: Safety first, people always.

When the Defog It anti fog staff approached the company about improving safety by preventing fogged safety eyewear, Josh Hollingshead, Project Cost Controller on a company job in North Carolina, got the call.

“Heat and humidity are usually the problem,” says Hollingshead. “In the summer it’ll get up to 100% humidity sometimes.”

To be honest, Hollingshead was skeptical. “We’ve used a couple of other products and they worked ok. We tried out Defog It mostly because [the sales rep] was so persistent. They sent some samples, and we gave it a try.”

The results: “They really work great...thanks for a great product.”
Defog It reusable cloths were sent to San Juan’s North Carolina jobsite and put to the test in the rigorous, real-world environment. And the results?

“I received word this morning that the [Defog It anti fog] wipes came in, and everyone is using them. And they really work great,” Hollingshead reports. “I just thought I would pass on the reviews from the field and thanks for a great product.”

The Promise: Defog It works.
First used by the military worldwide, Defog It anti fog is proven in the toughest workplace Defog It Cloth in Resealable Pouchenvironments where heat, cold, humidity and exertion cause fogged safety eyewear. Defog It is available as a liquid or reusable cloths and is safe and effective on safety glasses, goggles and faceshields.

It’s been rigorously tested for performance. In one test, a lens treated with Defog It was held over constant hot steam for 60 minutes without fog forming. Similar products failed in as little as 5 minutes. In another test, lenses coated with Clarity Defog It were moved between cold and hot environments 100 times without fog forming.


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