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Fogless mirror for shower?

Posted by pakitchen (My Page) on
Fri, May 2, 14 at 18:22

My husband shaves his (very coarse and thick) beard in the shower every morning. Now that we are redoing our master bath, he really wants to find a large *fogless* mirror to put in the shower so he can shave more easily.

We have used mirrors before that suction into the glass of a shower wall, and that attach to the shower head (in a way that reduces fog). But these options do not seem to work as this shower will be fully tiled (no glass) and will also have a handheld shower head component. Also we will want it to look 'high end' rather than like a flimsy addition.

I would appreciate any suggestions that any of you have for finding and affixing a good fogless mirror in this type of shower.

Thanks :)


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RE: Fogless mirror for shower?

We got a Cassani shower mirror. It comes with a hook, but I used a metal-look Command hook rated for bathroom/wet area use to hang it up. My husband really likes it, you hold it under the running water for a few moments to warm it up, then hang it back on the hook.
I could imagine something looking more "high end", but this doesn't look bad, goes in easily, and if you use a Command hook you can always take it down later if you find something better.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cassini shower mirror on Amazon


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RE: Fogless mirror for shower?

This came up on houzz when I searched. It's a mirror-backed, lighted niche. Looks like quite the set up. Can you buy fog less mirror material at a glass shop? Also I guess it might be a big problem to replace if the mirror ever broke, depending on how it is installed? Seems unlikely to break.

Here is a link that might be useful: Shaving mirror in the shower


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RE: Fogless mirror for shower?

Thank you both for the helpful suggestions!


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