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- The best shower shave mirror due to its unique design. NO FOG. NO SUCTION CUPS.
- Mirror removes from adhesive hook (included).
- It works on basic science – Hold the mirror under shower stream where temperature of the shower and mirror will equalize for a long lasting, fog free reflection.
- Easy to clean - Wet mirror and clean with a pea-sized drop of toothpaste to keep spots away. It will look like new after years of use.
- The Deluxe Shave Well Mirror measures 6.83" tall, 5.25" wide and is 1/8" thick. The base of the adhesive hook is 1" x 1.5".
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A close, comfortable shave requires a lot of moisture. What better place to get wet than in the shower! Simply by its unique design, The Deluxe Shave Well Mirror will change the way you feel about shaving in the shower and is 33% bigger than the original Shave Well mirror.
Warm it up!
To get a truly fog-free reflection with your Shave Well mirror, hold it under the shower stream for a few seconds to "warm it up" right before you shave.
What is fog and why does it happen?
Fog is simply condensation. Shower water is much warmer than the air temperature of most homes. Your warm shower heats the air and it becomes saturated. This warm moist air becomes fog or condensation which collects on all cooler surfaces - like mirrors.
In the few seconds you hold your mirror under the shower spray the temperature of the moist air and the mirror equalize to create a long lasting, truly fog free image for the duration of your shower. No more temperature difference - no more fog.
Suction cups don't suck!
The Shave Well adhesive hook will stick long after a suction cup would lose its suck.
As Goldilocks said it's just right.
The Deluxe Shave Well Mirror measures 6.83" tall, 5.25" wide and is 1/8" thick. The base of the adhesive hook (the part that sticks to the wall) is 1" x 1 1/2"
The best part of the Shave Well story
Your Shave Well mirror was assembled at Sunshine Industries, a vocational training facility in Knoxville, Tennessee for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A smile is worth a thousand words when you see participants learn, grow and obtain new levels of confidence and personal satisfaction for a paid job well done. So while you enjoy that crystal clear reflection from your Shave Well mirror, give yourself a smile as you are helping make it possible for individuals with disabilities to work in a safe, encouraging and fulfilling environment.
To get that truly fog-free reflection with your Shave Well mirror, hold it under the shower stream for a few seconds to "warm it up" right before you use it.
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On the positive side, I love the concept of this product. The idea to use those stick on hooks in the shower was, in itself, a brilliant idea (why didn't I think of that?) and, since receiving this mirror, I have added many additional hooks to our shower to hang other shower items. The mirror works fine and does stay fog-free for a while after you warm it under the shower. In my shower, however, I usually have to warm it at least twice before I am done shaving. It's easy enough to do so that doesn't bother me. Perhaps my shower is just drafty.
My complaint is with the product quality. My mirror area is slowly shrinking. The mirrored area adhered to the back of the clear plastic has slowly but steadily been retreating from the bottom of my mirror (see the photos I've attached). About a 1/4 inch of mirror area is gone after 6 months of use. It became noticeable after about 3 months and has slowly grown since then such that I am beginning to think it will be quite a small mirror by the time I've owned it one year.
If not for my quality issue, I would certainly have given this product 5 stars. It's a great idea and works wonderfully, quality issue aside.
With your purchase of the Deluxe Shave Well Mirror the most important thing to us is that you are delighted with your purchase decision. Quite frankly, we will not be satisfied until you are…
From your comments there are a couple of suggestions I can make that may enhance your user experience:
1. Given your comments about the mirror fogging, please allow me an opportunity to explain how the mirror functionally works.
* Most houses are kept in a temperature range of 70-75 degrees.
* The average shower water temperature is 107.5 degrees.
* Fog on a mirror is simply condensation. The air in the bathroom is heated by the shower and becomes saturated with moisture.
* When this saturated moist hot air comes in contact with the shower shave mirror (which is still at normal room temperature roughly 30 degrees less), the moisture comes out of the air and condensates on the shower shave mirror surface.
* When you hold your Shave Well mirror under the shower stream for a few seconds, the acrylic mirror will warm up allowing for the temperature of the moist air and the mirror itself to equalize.
* Once you have held the mirror in the shower spray to equalize the temperature of your shower and the mirror, there can't/won't be any fog/condensation.
All of that being said, the mirror works on basic science. The best practical example I can offer is the comparison of a cup of hot coffee and a glass of ice cold soda. If you set them side by side, the cold glass of soda over time will be covered in condensation and the cup of coffee will be warm and dry. As said above, moisture will condensate on the cooler surface. Bringing this example back to your mirror, if your mirror is still fogging after you warm it up under the shower spray then the only answer I can offer is that it remains cooler than the temperature of the warm moist shower. Since the mirror is rather thin acrylic, it should warm up in the few seconds you have been holding it in the warm water of the shower spray.
Some additional thoughts that remain would be
a.) If the mirror hung so high that there is a direct flow of cool air over the shower curtain/door or whether an air conditioning vent is blowing toward it. If this is the case, I am happy to send you a new hook so that you can reposition the mirror.
b.) Research conducted by Gillette has shown that dry facial hair requires the same force to cut as copper wire of an equal diameter. After 3 minutes in the shower, hair has lost 70% of its tensile strength. As such, shaving toward the end of your shower is best on your face…and your mirror. Why? The wall of your shower is cooler than your recently warmed mirror. The later in your shower that you shave…the warmer the wall…the longer the mirror will remain warm…the longer the mirror will remain fog-free. Try it! I am sure you will see a big difference.
c.) Make sure you are turning both the front and back of the mirror under the shower water spray when you are equalizing it. This will help in “warming it up” to equalize the temperature.
2.) Regarding the “windshield” comments, try to clean your mirror with toothpaste. While this will not eliminate the water droplets on the mirror (which dry and make water spots), from personal experience I can tell you that once cleaned with toothpaste, the water "sheets" off the mirror and you are left with fewer water droplets on the surface. Simply wet the mirror, put a pea size amount of toothpaste on the mirror surface, wet the pea sized blob of toothpaste (note the emphasis on keeping it all wet…), rub it around a bit and rinse it off well. This cleaning will take care of the water droplet issue for a week or two and your mirror will look like new.
As noted on the instruction sheet that comes in the mirror carton:
What should I use to clean my mirror?
Toothpaste works the best to remove water spots. Simply rub it on and rinse it off. Washing the mirror with toothpaste will virtually eliminate any residual water droplets from the surface of the mirror.
Finally and most importantly, we stand behind our products 100%...without question or excuse. Given your comments it appears that an appropriate solution may be for you to return the item to amazon.com for a full refund. To return your Shave Well Mirror:
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Again, we are sorry you are not 100% happy with your purchase and remain available to assist you to your ultimate satisfaction with this transaction.
With best regards,
The Cumberland Companies LLC
Original review: The product arrived without issue, but the adhesive hook fell off my tile even after following the directions to clean the surface with the provided alcohol pad. However, I was able to get the hook to stick to glass in my shower, and have not had further issues with the hook.
The mirror is only fog-free for a few seconds after holding it under hot water, but I found that rubbing a small amount of soap on the face of the mirror helps to prevent fogging. It's lightweight and nice to be able to easily remove the mirror from the hook to rinse off under the water, unlike other mirrors which have suction cups.
However, after only about a dozen uses less than 30 days after purchase, the backing of the mirror started bubbling and peeling off, which you can see in the images below. Overall, this product is a nice concept, but it clearly does not withstand daily use.
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