View Full Version : Good Shower Mirror: Any Recommendations?
Has anyone found a good mirror that can be used in the shower and installed without damaging the shower enclosure?
02-14-2009, 08:01 AM
I got one from Brookstone for Christmas that is a fogless shower mirror with a light and has a digital clock on it too. I just uses suction cups and they are very powerful suction cups. I put it in the shower on Christmas night and it has not moved yet. I know that Bed Bath and Beyond has some good ones to.
02-14-2009, 08:07 AM
I was just about to make a thread about mirrors.
I recently realized the mirror in the bathroom sucks. It's awful. It's too blurry. I keep leaning over the sink to get a closer look. Sometimes I miss a few spots and I don't even see it, resulting in an ugly looking shave.
02-14-2009, 08:36 AM
I use a fogless mirror that mounts with a suction-cup ... I got it for free packaged with Cremo Cream for $6.49 at my local Wegmans supermarket.
I also keep a 1x/3x reversible mirror at the sink ... its an indispensable tool for getting a close shave, especially for someone like me who is extremely near-sighted, yet prefers to shave without my glasses on.
02-14-2009, 08:58 AM
I got one at Target.
Works OK, has huge suction cups. I got another one from Amazon that requires putting hot water into it. I never used that one.
If I shave in the sink, I always use my brother's Barbasol to clean the mirror with= fog-free bathroom mirror.
Nice to know canned-goo is good for something.
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