Not just that but it will still "melt" [the foam will] and run down the body and into places you really don't want that stuff to touch - ever - like as in NEVVVVVVVVVVVVERRRRRRRRRRRR.Since it is an oil, I would not expect it to stick well to a rain soaked face.
Oil and water don't mix, so water could be a barrier. No personal experience with it though.
But whatever gets inhaled will still likely be nasty, as well as any that hits the eye, since the eye has its own fluid, which is not affected much by rain.
I'm not sure that was good advice, covering your face while aiming usually doesn't work out great.quick question OP: are you looking at specifically the spray? or gel that shoots out in a stream? i carry the gel at work (hospital) and i don't remember reading anything like that for the gel. My wife carried the spray while in college, she was to cover your face with your other arm to help lessen the blowback
I bet that wasn't FOX spray. I've seen videos of grown men screaming from it. In heavy rain, I could see raindrops affecting the stream, but you have a good 7 seconds or so from 4oz, with 21 feet of range with the stream type. To back up the spray, I have a "Policeforce" brand 80 lumen ink kubaton. Taser would probably be too much to carry.look at the fat chick that punched the old guy Trump supporter in the face. She didn't go down like she was shot