Frog Spit Keeps Working Divers’ View Clear

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Frog Spit – the earth-friendly anti-fog formula

A new anti-fog formula which needs no rising or buffing is now available for keeping divers’ helmets clear while they work. The new formula, Frog Spit, is available through Analox Sensor Technology, a designer and manufacturer of gas analysis equipment for the commercial diving industry.

Simon Lunt, Sales Manager for Frog Spit Wholesale, commented, “The real difference with Frog Spit is that you apply it to a dry mask and then let it dry. Spread one drop of Frog Spit evenly across the lens, and it fuses with the surface. You don’t have to rinse the surface, so you’re not rinsing away most of what you’ve just applied. And it genuinely works, and prevents fogging, vital to working divers.”

Analox Sensor Technology is the sole distributor of Frog Spit across the U.K. and Europe. Frog Spit is currently available in three sizes: a two-ounce bottle, 4.5-milileter sort pump bottle sufficient for more than 100 applications, and as custom, promotional sample cards.

Frog Spit is not only effective, but also environmentally-friendly. It is a biodegradable product, which is safe and effective for use on all types of masks, goggles and protective lenses. It is also designed to work equally effectively in cold and warm conditions.

As an anti-fog formula, its value extends beyond commercial diving to a range of sports and industries, the manufacturer claims. It is also useful in sports such as ice-hockey, skiing, snowboarding and motorsport, as well as paintballing and other extreme activities. It can also ensure clear visibility for anyone using eye protection as part of their personal protective equipment at work, including fire fighters, lab technicians and those in a range of industrial jobs.

www.frogspit.net

www.analox.net
 

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