Sea Drops™ Anti-Fog and Lens Cleaner

    For Clear Vision Underwater 

    When you’re snorkeling or diving, the last thing you want is a foggy dive mask. A quick application of Sea Drops™ by McNett cleans lenses and gets rid of fog, giving you a crystal clear view of the underwater world.

    Easy to use in the field and safe for silicone and rubber frames, Sea Drops is concentrated, long-lasting and non-abrasive. Just squeeze, rub, rinse and wear.

    Toss a bottle of Sea Drops anti-fog in your dive kit – and see what you’ve been missing.

    • Long lasting scuba mask anti fog
    • Quick, easy, infield application
    • Non-abrasive, safe for all glass and plastic dive mask lenses
    • Performs well in extremely cold water
    • Not recommended for swim goggles
    • Non-toxic, biodegradable and alcohol-free
    • Will not harm surrounding silicone or rubber support frames
    • Also great for eye glasses, face masks, binoculars and telescopes

    Sea Drops™ is part of the McNett M ESSENTIALS™ product range.


    Clean new mask lenses with Sea Buff™ mask pre-cleaner. This removes the silicone residue leeched from the mask skirt during manufacturing, and enables anti-fogs to work more effectively. Regular cleaning with Sea Buff eliminates dirt, algae, mould and other contaminants that interfere with anti-fog performance.


    STEP 1: Apply a small amount of Sea Buff to inside and outside of lens. Rub aggressively, rinse and repeat.






    STEP 2: Buff with a soft, dry cloth until clean, then
    rinse thoroughly.






    STEP 3: After cleaning with Sea Buff, apply anti-fog
    (Sea Gold™, Sea Drops™ or Sea Quick™) to
    inside of dry lenses.





    STEP 4: Rub in anti-fog with fingers. Rinse in
    fresh or saltwater.







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