How to Stop Your Mirror from Fogging Up

The above video’s going to show you how to stop your mirror from fogging up. I know what you’re thinking. Hey, you could open a window, open a door, turn the exhaust fan on, or not take a long hot shower.

Well, sometimes we try those things, and the mirror still fogs up. But the problem is this: you got to see yourself in the mirror to do your hair or shave if you’re a guy, and you don’t have time for that mirror to “the fog”.

So we going to explore two different methods, one works, and one doesn’t. And we wanted you to know about them both so you know which one you can try on your own mirror.

So let’s get started.

The first method that we used was shaving cream. Now you can spread the shaving cream on top of this mirror by hand, and took it off using a window squeegee. Some people say to use some shaving cream. Now I don’t know if they meant to leave it on when you shower or take it off like I did, so I’m not sure, but when you take it off, it doesn’t work well as anti-fog method.

So what did I use to get this effect? Well, Rain-X Anti-Fog. Makes sense, right? So basically, you can use this on your car and your bathroom mirrors.

Rain-X Anti-Fog

Rain-X Anti-Fog

Make sure you follow the directions. It says here not to get it on certain surfaces. You can taped off the mirror to make sure that the Rain-X didn’t get on the chrome finish. Now you can use a microfiber cloth to wipe it on. So you’d wipe on then wipe it off using a second microfiber cloth.

And this worked really, really awesome. So maybe you want to give it a shot.

Well, you realize this isn’t rocket science, right? Anything that say anti-fog on it should work for your foggy mirror. But in case you didn’t know about the Rain-X, I wanted to shoot the video for you.

So maybe this’ll help you out, especially if you don’t have an exhaust fan and you live somewhere where it’s cold and we’re going into the cold season and you take warm showers. So maybe this will help you.