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Keeping Your Bathroom Mirror From Fogging Up

Keeping your bathroom mirror from fogging up. Post your ideas.

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Dawn Dish Detergent

I used to put shaving cream on my bathroom mirror until it started streaking after a few months and no matter what I did I could not clean the shaving cream off, until one day I sprayed dawn dish detergent straight out of the container. That not only cleaned the shaving cream off, but it also kept the mirror from fogging up. (12/17/2004)

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Lemon Joy

Divers use Joy lemon dish soap right from the bottle to coat the inside of their dive masks to keep from fogging. The mask needs to be rinsed before using so I would assume a mirror would need it too. (01/03/2005)

Shaving Cream

Spread a little shaving cream on the mirror and wipe it off. No more fogging.

By Syd (02/22/2005)

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Keeping Mirror from Fogging Up

To keep your bathroom mirror from fogging up during showers, do this; Rub Barbosal Shaving Cream (it's the cheapest) over the entire mirror, then use dry paper towels and wipe clean. Fog free for a month.

By Sherry (02/22/2005)

By ThriftyFun

No More Foggy Bathroom Mirror

Use titanium dioxide. (05/29/2005)

By Lynette

No More Foggy Bathroom Mirror

Use an onion. Cut it in half and rub on mirror. Lasts for 6 months. (10/30/2008)

By Lars

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