anti-condensation bathroom mirror


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sm_jamieson

Anyone got any DIY ideas for a non-steaming-up mirror. This is the sort
of thing for which they rip you off in the shops. I guess you just want
a heater on the back. What type of element would be suitable ?
Simon.
 
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Nigel Molesworth

Anyone got any DIY ideas for a non-steaming-up mirror.
Dry it, then wipe it with neat washing up liquid, then wipe dry again.

You can also use the stuff for spectacles, but it's essentially
concentrated washing up liquid.
 
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J

Dry it, then wipe it with neat washing up liquid, then wipe dry again.
You can also use the stuff for spectacles, but it's essentially
concentrated washing up liquid.
Also you can get some stuff for car windscreens which is probably also
concentrated washing up liquid. ah well, I can always use these 3 bottles
of car windscreen desteamer to clean the dishes :)
 
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Dave Plowman (News)

Do you remember those stick on car rear windscreen heaters you dad
used to put on his old banger of a car - they work for this. Wire them
into a transformer, and the light switch.
Ideal for a designer bathroom. ;-)
 
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