To clean the best ski goggles, either the outside or the inside, we recommend using a special liquid that is usually used to clean glasses. Rinse the lens first with running water. If there is no source of clean water, spray a larger amount of eyeglass cleaner. The goal is that the dust that sticks can be rinsed off.
Lightly shake your goggles to dry the water and check the lens’s cleanliness. Dry with a cotton cloth or you can also use a microfiber cloth and don’t forget to clean your microfiber cloth regularly so that the dust that sticks on the cloth does not scratch your goggles lenses. If your goggles get splashed with mud or other debris, rinse them immediately with cold water and remove any dirt. We recommend not using hot water, as the material used by this equipment is not designed to withstand heat. If you use hot water, there will usually be damage to the strap clips and the goggle lens.