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NRA National Youth Shooting Sports Ambassador Taylor Holland Reviews: Z-Clear Anti-Fog

NRA National Youth Shooting Sports Ambassador Taylor Holland Reviews: Z-Clear Anti-Fog

Ever had trouble seeing through glasses, or scopes or goggles due to fog? Living in a southern state, our main problem is humidity and, as an outdoors lover, a competitive shooter and an avid hunter, dealing with fogged glasses can be an annoying setback. At this year’s 2017 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, I got the chance to meet a company dedicated to fixing the problem of fogged lenses. Z-Clear Anti Fog was introduced into the market because any activity that requires a lens has the potential for fog. Z Clear works for many different uses such as swimming goggles, fogging prevention, motorcycle visors and as a water repellent. It even works as a prescription lens anti-static, keeping your prescription lenses cleaner longer. How to use Z Products: Apply a small amount with your finger, rub it in the lens until it completely dries (similar to wax on paint), then wipe off with a microfiber or cotton cloth. For this product to work most effectively, it must be reapplied every three to five days or every time you clean your lenses. Whether your lenses are made of glass, plastic or Lexan, Z-Clear guarantees that this product will not cause any damage to your lenses. As long as you can clean your lenses with water these products are safe to use. The more you use Z-Clear, the better it will work. I found Z-Clear extremely easy to use on my everyday prescription glasses, sunglasses and even my high-end prescription multi-colored lens safety glasses. Z-Clear is a family-owned business that originated in the 1960s  Z-Clear is manufactured in the United States and sold worldwide. All Z Clear products are 100 percent free of alcohol, silicone, ammonia and abrasives. You can find these amazing Z-clear products at www.Z-CLEAR.com.

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