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    Ok so I got me a go pro a while ago need some tips. How do you keep the inside from fogging up ? I bought some little square things that are supposed to stop the fogging but they don't work ? also how do you keep water off the bl*%*dy screen. I have tried that stuff for car windscreens in the rain but it doesn't help ? any help please I'm sick of watching shi% footage of good days.


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    some old tricks lick the outside lens cover helps and use some of those anti fog pads inside the housing

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    when its a very humid day or water in the air like after a rain or beach
    you need to go to a AC building/car to lower the humidity in the housing before you install the camera
    oh its a pain but as you found out so is high humidity

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    You may need to reactivate the anti fog strips in the oven. There are instructions with the strips.

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    Thanks for the tips. I'll try these. Much appreciated.

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    You all have great ideas... But let me tell you, RainX is a life saver with my GoPro's. I have 3 mounts on my Spark, one of which is only a few inches from the nose. At times, the nose will be completely submerged and the videos come out perfectly without any obstruction.

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    My first post said I tried this already. Doesn't work in the surf.

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    I was told to use Pam cooking spray by the guy who does all of BRP's marketing. DO NOT spray the lens, SPRAY a PAPER TOWEL and gently wipe the l housing, then wait a few minutes and re wipe with a dry towel to get rid of the excess oil.

    I live in the SE and have never had moisture inside my housing....

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    I get moisture in mine when i go from the warm air on land to the cool air out on Lake Michigan

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    Lick the screen.....yes you read right ha. It works better than anything else . Its one of MicBergsma's many youtube tips

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