Does anyone have any good ways for making prescription glasses water repellant?
I looked through some older discussions and the only two methods that I could find were Rain-X, or eye laser surgery! I'm not going for the surgery just yet and I need to wear the glasses during the day for work.
Some lens cleaning sprays have anti-fog in them. I know Amway lens cleaner is one of them.
Laser surgery costs about $2000 to $3000 per eye and no health insurance covers it!
might just get one eye lasered and a monacle and wink when it gets too wet!
i have terrible vision, yet when it really rains and I can't see through my glasses or they're seriously fogged, I just take them off. Lesser of 2 evils.
Andrew, that does not sound advisable. Search for a helmet with visor positioned such that it keeps the rain off your glasses. My previous helmets did that, so was surprised when my interim helmet with visor did not. When it rains next, will test my new helmet.