Suction cap bathroom shower shaving mirror with bonus Long-Lasting Removable Adhesive Hook, Shatter resistant, Fog-Free capable
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It is not fog-proof and it will fall off the wall unless you use the glue. We give it a hard pass.
Compared to any other mirror, it gets fogged up.
There are no mounting materials included with it, yet it is reflective. The suction cup and any adhesive have been removed.
What I am not pleased with, however, is that the fog lingers.
For a shower mirror, this is a terrible choice. The first thing I noticed was how difficult it was to stick it to the shower tile wall. A few days later, I heard a little leak in the shower after a good amount of pressing and doing other things to get it to stick. A tree had fallen on it. As long as the provided materials were not used, it would stick. Even more disturbing is that no matter what we did to prevent this from happening, the shower mirror fogged up as soon as you got into it. As a result, the mirror became unusable for its One of the few times I used it was to clean my face and make sure I removed all of the soap from it. I am clear that was not happening in the shower as the vapor would have fogged it up too much for such an application. I am not sure if it was just my environment or something else, but I certainly didn't like this.
Rather than being truly fog proof, it began to fog up during use. However, the glass remains fogged up after I rinsed it under hot water. My only issue with the design is that I do not like how there is a hole in the middle of the mirror, which seems random. The process of hanging it was a little challenging for me. In the hole, the suction cup does not fit properly. There's something strange about this. This will come in handy when I wash my face in the shower, or whatever it is but I wasn't too impressed with it.