Creating a functional and stylish bathroom in a home is the aim of many people and there are a few requirements for this. For some, bathroom mirrors are the centrepieces of their shower and that is why they exert so much effort to purchase the right one. Once found and installed, you also need to consider how to effectively keep it from fogging up and the following are a few tips for this.
This is a common item in most bathrooms and can be useful for more than just shaving. Spray a layer to completely cover the surface, leave for a couple of minutes and then wipe off with a dry towel. It does the trick of stopping glass misting over in a steamy bathroom and should keep working for a week or two.
White vinegar and Water
White vinegar is known as a useful natural cleaner that is effective on glass. It can be used to get a sparkling, streak-free finish, but also has the added benefit that it will act as an anti-fog solution. Make a 50/50 mixture of clean water and vinegar and apply with a lint-free cloth. Use a scrunched up newspaper page to clean the surface and you will have a mirror that does not steam up for a few days.
Defogging solution is commonly available for a car although it works just as well in the bathroom. It can be found in an automotive retailer and is easy to use. Spray it on the surface and wipe away any excess with a paper towel. It’s as simple as that, so keep the spray can in a bathroom cabinet to make it available for regular use.
A clear mirror in the bathroom is a great help in getting ready at any time of the day. Keeping one from misting over is not particularly difficult and there are a few ways to achieve this. The ideas shown above are some to consider for getting the job done so you have the best view as you get yourself ready to face the world.
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