Dec 4, 2019

Replace Ski Goggle Foam

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Liquid error: wrong number of arguments (given 1, expected 2)You bought some nice expensive ski/snowboard goggles and now the foam is starting to fall apart. The manufacturer won't stand behind their product or even offer replacement foam for you to install. If the foam is still good you can try to glue it back on with specialty glue, but if the foam is falling apart you can replace it with this procedure.
 
Liquid error: wrong number of arguments (given 1, expected 2)You bought some nice expensive ski/snowboard goggles and now the foam is starting to fall apart. The manufacturer won't stand behind their product or even offer replacement foam for you to install. If the foam is still good you can try to glue it back on with specialty glue, but if the foam is falling apart you can replace it with this procedure.
 
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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==


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