Spray on wax is the best. It is clear where as solid will leave spots in chipped areas....I use a spray so liquid would probably be better (although it may not matter really). If you wax the outside too you'll notice bugs and grime come off easier and rain beads off faster.
My class was Fri-Sat-Sun, Friday was nice for the classroom...Sat. was clear and nice...Sunday of my class it rained ALL day from the moment I got there till I left. It was not fun but its over now, I didn't melt and I have my license. It did take over a week for my boots to dry though. :YEAyes i do! for a while i didnt have my car available, so rain or shine, i had to get to work...this friday its suppose to rain and i am taking the MSF 'experienced' course.:werd
ok -ima get some liquid/spray on wax :YEA
This is interesting. You have no breather gueard but you know they don't work in all conditions. Uhm, Ok. By the way, they have breather guards that work in "All" conditions. They work the same way as fighter pilot's breathers do.I have a nose guard on mine but it doesn't work in all conditions. I also do wax my shield and that helps more than anything else I've tried.
Let's start being honest people. How is it you don't think we've all owned those helments at one time or another?