I have used SeaDrops, and other dive mask antifog preparations, especially with
my Susatos. They are non-toxic, and very helpful in muggy Minnesota summers.
Dirt cheap, too...
dt king wrote:
> It doesn't hurt to treat the fipple with a bit of anticondense. You can
> purchase it from the same places that sell recorders and other woodwinds
> or you can use a *very* mild detergent solution.
> Plug the end of the mouthpiece with your finger and drip some
> anticondense into the windway to fill it. Hold it in for about five
> minutes and then shake it out and let it dry.
> It really makes a heck of a difference.
> On Mon, 2 Nov 1998, Christopher Shaun Laughlin wrote:
> > This is really unreasonable though, and it didn't always clog so easily. If
> > I blow harder it will squeak.
> > >Yes the clogging of the fipple from even a small amount of moisture is a
> > >common problem. One solution is to blow harder so keep the moisture from
> > >building up.
> > >