The secret to a mist free bathroom mirror?

Condenation Free Mirror

Condensation Free Mirror

There is nothing worse than getting out of the shower and finding your mirror is steamed up. Trying to shave or brush your teeth is impossible with a mirror that is condensed. You can wipe it with your hand or with some toilet tissue but the mirror steams up again. That is the thing about a glass surface and a room with steam in the air. As soon as the steam touches the glass it obscures your vision.

All is not lost you can overcome the issue of a steamed up mirror.

Tip 1: Install lit bathroom mirrors that use mirror-warming technology to keep the mirror free from frog.

Tip 2: Invest a shower cubicle. A fully closed shower enclosure will keep the hot steam and water splash away from the outside of the cubicle, so the mirror will not steam up easily.

Tip 3: Install an extractor fan to remove the steam from your bathroom. The ventilation will disperse the steam quickly keeping the mirror fog-free.

Tip 4: Use a small squeegee. This may be the easiest way to keep your bathroom mirror clean, though the steam may instantly come back again.

Tip 5: From time to time you hear of household tips that are simple and not expensive. Here is one for you: Cover the mirror in shaving foam, liquid soap or toothpaste. Or a glycol based product.

  • First clean your mirror.
  • Then cover the entire mirror in a layer of the shaving foam.
  • Let it dry, then wipe it all off with a dry paper towel or dry cloth.
  • Your mirror should be free from steam for about 1 week at which stage you can reapply the mirror treatment to enjoy a steam free mirror.

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3 comments on “The secret to a mist free bathroom mirror?

  1. I have been meaning to test this. I posted a link to my Facebook wall and one of my old Army Buddies states it works!

    I will be doing this tonight!

  2. This is a great tip particularly to those fresh to the blogosphere. Simple but very accurate information… Thank you for sharing this one. A must read post!

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