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Sam's Club Members: 2-Ct Johnson's Baby Head-to-Toe Wash & Shampoo Combo Pack EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has for its Members: Select Johnson's Baby Shampoo and Wash Combo Packs on sale at prices listed below. Shipping is free.

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Sam's Club has for its members, Johnson's Baby Shampoo (27.1 fl. oz., 2 pk. + 13.6 fl. oz) for $7.98. Shipping is free.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/johnso...product_35 - OOS


Sam's Club has for its members, Johnson's Baby Head-to-Toe Wash and Shampoo (2 - 27.1 fl. oz., 1 - 16.9 fl. oz.) for $9.49. Shipping is free.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/johnso...product_23
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Okay totally gonna get downvoted for this just trust me it works.

Put a little baby shampoo on the inside of swim or snorkel goggles, just a little enough to get a thin film. Rinse it out. Then put the googles on, no fog whatsoever and it lasts the whole time you wear it.

I swim 3-4 nights a week and this hack changed my life. No spit, leaves clean smell, and dirt cheap compared to antifog spray.

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Repped In for 3. The larger bottles are $6-$8 each at Target (depending on shampoo vs body wash) and go on sale for $4-$5 ea.
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does this work for adults?
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does this work for adults?
It's shampoo, not battery acid laugh out loud
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Okay totally gonna get downvoted for this just trust me it works.

Put a little baby shampoo on the inside of swim or snorkel goggles, just a little enough to get a thin film. Rinse it out. Then put the googles on, no fog whatsoever and it lasts the whole time you wear it.

I swim 3-4 nights a week and this hack changed my life. No spit, leaves clean smell, and dirt cheap compared to antifog spray.
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Quote from iletired :
Okay totally gonna get downvoted for this just trust me it works.

Put a little baby shampoo on the inside of swim or snorkel goggles, just a little enough to get a thin film. Rinse it out. Then put the googles on, no fog whatsoever and it lasts the whole time you wear it.

I swim 3-4 nights a week and this hack changed my life. No spit, leaves clean smell, and dirt cheap compared to antifog spray.
pro tip. have tried this
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Quote from iletired :
Okay totally gonna get downvoted for this just trust me it works.

Put a little baby shampoo on the inside of swim or snorkel goggles, just a little enough to get a thin film. Rinse it out. Then put the googles on, no fog whatsoever and it lasts the whole time you wear it.

I swim 3-4 nights a week and this hack changed my life. No spit, leaves clean smell, and dirt cheap compared to antifog spray.
Yep, learned whilst scuba diving in Hawaii a few years back. It does work. Now I take baby shampoo on any trip involving swimming and goggles.

Reemphasizing "just a thin film" though. Otherwise you get to fight with bubbles in your eyes when water gets in your mask. Tear free bubbles, but it's a really weird and distracting feeling having bubbles in your eyes while you're trying to see underwater.


Also might get downvoted for animal cruelty, but I swear by washing my dogs with this stuff. People pet them and ask how I got them so soft. If it's good enough for human babies, it's good enough for the fur babies.
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Quote from iletired :
Okay totally gonna get downvoted for this just trust me it works.

Put a little baby shampoo on the inside of swim or snorkel goggles, just a little enough to get a thin film. Rinse it out. Then put the googles on, no fog whatsoever and it lasts the whole time you wear it.

I swim 3-4 nights a week and this hack changed my life. No spit, leaves clean smell, and dirt cheap compared to antifog spray.
No DV here, this is a good tip, often use it when scuba diving as well. Also can be a good shampoo for dogs.
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Quote from robertvlee111pro :
Yep, learned whilst scuba diving in Hawaii a few years back. It does work. Now I take baby shampoo on any trip involving swimming and goggles.

Reemphasizing "just a thin film" though. Otherwise you get to fight with bubbles in your eyes when water gets in your mask. Tear free bubbles, but it's a really weird and distracting feeling having bubbles in your eyes while you're trying to see underwater.


Also might get downvoted for animal cruelty, but I swear by washing my dogs with this stuff. People pet them and ask how I got them so soft. If it's good enough for human babies, it's good enough for the fur babies.
he said rinse it out. why bubbles? did he say rinse it out completely or lightly?
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I remember getting this stuff in my eye as a kid in the 70s and it stung. "No More Tears" is a lie that's endangering children. How much longer are we going to remain silent and let J&J profit from the tears of children! I'm stepping out and asking others to say with me in a class action lawsuit, "Tear down the lies of tears not in our eyes: no more No More Tears for I & my eyes!"
Who's with me?
P.S. I concur that this works great for swim goggles and what a great price!
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