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Is There A way To Defog A Mirror Quickly?
« on: 04/06/2014 19:04:34 »
Dearest Condensationologists,

As a sheepy I am of course always taking a shower. Once a year on my birthday it's shower time !!......Yup...ewe can't get much cleaner than that and ewe know it !!

As ewe all know..."showers" were invented in 1542 by a delinquent haddock that found itself on land as a result of a fight with a waterspout ! ..twenty thousand years later and we all enjoy the wonder of technological wizardry that has become the modern shower.

Take a look at Melissa McTavish Normalia Bateys The Third.


Melissa Luffs her Shower !!


What Melissa really hates though is this :





If Melissa was from certain germanic origins then the sight of condensation on the mirror might not bother her at all...but...alas...Melissa needs to shave her armpits !!...how can she do this with a misty mirror ?

Is there a way to quickly defog a condensed mirror ?...and/or...is there a trick to stop condensation forming in the first place ?



If ewe tell me...i'll tell melissa and she will be a happy shaved armpit girly !!


Hugs and shmishes

mwah mwah


neil
xxxxxx

If ewe answer the kweschun then that'll be two hits
To add to her collection of Melissas Tips !!



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« Last Edit: 05/06/2014 11:13:47 by chris »


 

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Re: Is There A way To Defog A Mirror Quickly ?
« Reply #1 on: 05/06/2014 07:04:40 »
One option might be to take your bath in cold water.  A few ice cubes may help!!!!

However, if you aren't a polar bear, you might try some automotive windshield anti-fog treatment or hydrophobic rain treatment on half of your bathroom mirror.
 

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Re: Is There A way To Defog A Mirror Quickly?
« Reply #2 on: 16/06/2014 18:51:47 »
How about pouring some water on it?
 

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