Now let the experiment begin!
When it rains, the problem is the polka dots on the shield.
Depending on the shield, the water droplets don't flow and sit on the shield. What a thing.
I also ride my bike to work, but on a rainy day, the rate of opening my shield is relatively high. And my face gets wet.....
There are only a few items that can be used for the coating agent for cars that are not suitable for helmets.
This time, we've found the best item to solve the problem of poor shield visibility.
Three effects for clearer vision, even in the rain! And at a high volume, low price!
This helmet shield coating I'm going to show you! It's a very straightforward name. It's easy to understand!
In a nutshell, it repels the rain and provides visibility. This is the item that you can use.
It also reduces dullness and diffused reflection of lights by filling in minor scratches, and makes it easier to remove insects and dirt.
The effect itself is not so different from other shield coating agents.
The capacity is quite large at 80ml. How long it can be used is approximately 40 times!
By the way, in addition to shields, you can also use it for motorcycle screens.
The ingredients are mainly composed of silicone resin, wax and surfactants, no compounds.
Here's what the set includes.
It comes with a simple coating and Wes.
Wes is quite thick and big, so you can use it for various purposes.
Summary of Effects
- Repels rainwater from the shield
- Reduction of dullness and light reflection
- Stains are less likely to stick and are easier to remove.
Coating in 4 easy steps
This coating is very easy to apply!
Scrub the shield, paint it, wipe it down, check it! Four steps!
Clean the dirt from the shield.
First, let's get the dirt off the shield you've been using!
According to helmet brand SHOEI, the shield should be washed with a mild detergent diluted in water.
Furthermore, OGK KABUTO recommends wiping a cloth with diluted detergent.
The key is to soak as much detergent as possible into the cloth at this point!
By the way, the cloth you use should be a soft cloth to prevent scratches.
Don't use towels or tissues of coarse fabric by mistake!
The shield is removed this time, but there is no need to remove it.
Shake the bottle well and dip the liquid into the cloth before applying it to the shield.
First, shake the bottle of the coating well.
The more you shake it, the less effective it will be, but it's quite comfortable to shake.
Next, apply the coating to the Wes that came with it.
The picture shows a small amount, but you can apply a little more.
Also, don't be a bother to pour it directly on the shield. Please don't do anything like that!
After applying the coating to Wes, spread a thin layer on the shield.
Wipe off before the liquid dries.
After applying the liquid, wipe it off before it dries to avoid unevenness.
The trick is to wipe it off with the side that isn't covered with liquid.
Finally, put on your helmet and check your vision.
When you're done applying it, make sure to check for any irregularities in the way you see the liquid or anything else!
If it's uneven, redo the wiping process!
If you've gotten it all over the place, it's best to use a cleaner to remove it once.
I actually experimented with it by pouring water on it.
Now that I've gone to the trouble of coating it, I've put some water on it to check its performance!
Here's the Webike staff that's going to take on the water this time!
I'm going to compare the coating ants and non-coating on this staff's helmet.
In order to simulate as much as possible the rider in motion, we will use an electric fan to blow the air along with water.
By the way, we've experimented with a few watering systems, but the only one that doesn't require us to take a dip in water is First time.
Now back to the experiment.
The result of a gust of wind and water like this....
It's a little hard to see, but it clearly worked!
The uncoated one on the left has water spreading and remaining, whereas the coated shield Only fine polka dots remain.
I think it's safe to say that this was quite effective.
I experimented with pouring water on the shield itself, just to be sure.
Now with Clear Shield.
What do you think? Can you see the difference in the way the water spreads?
Whereas without the coating, the water applied is spread thinly over the entire shield. On the coated one, the water that was splashed on the shield was bounced off the shield and formed into polka dots.
The polka-dot shape also improved the speed at which the water fell from the shield.
So the coated one has better drainage!
I actually ran in the rain myself, and in a little bit of rain, I felt pretty good about it!
The only problem is, even in the rain, the shields stay tight, so the inside gets fogged up!
Not because of this coating, but to make it more comfortable, pinlock and other anti-fogging At the same time, you'll be ready for a rainy day!
If you get wet in the rain, dry properly.