I can clear up the question about polarized lenses. Polarizing filters are not a coating- and they're not applied to the outside of the lens. They're a thin, delicate film- similar to a venetian blind. For that reason, they have to be sandwiched between two lenses. There's nothing about a polarized lens that would preclude the use of this product on them- but you might run into an issue with an "AR" or anti-reflective coating. Perhaps you've already encountered that and can give us some feedback on how the product(s) work with lenses that have an AR on them??? Thanks- Looking forward to using these products on my ski goggles with built in Rx lenses. Fog's always a big issue- and getting the powder to roll off the outside of the lens would be great, too.
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