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How Do You Get a Heated Bathroom Mirror?

A guide to heating your bathroom mirror

When stepping into your bathroom on a chilly morning, the last thing you want is a fogged-up mirror obstructing your daily routine. That's where heated bathroom mirrors come to the rescue. These innovative devices not only prevent annoying condensation but also add a touch of luxury to your space. If you're wondering how to get a heated bathroom mirror, we've got you covered.

What do I need to get a heated bathroom mirror?

Getting a heated bathroom mirror is simpler than you might think. Here's what you'll need:

1. High-Quality Mirror: Start by choosing a reputable manufacturer or retailer that manufacturers mirrors of an excellent quality.

2. Powerful Mirror Demisting Pad: A mirror demisting pad with sufficient power to quickly demist your mirror. Our mirror pads output 200W/sqm to ensure a rapid removal of condensation.

3. Power Source: Heated mirrors require a power source to operate. You can connect them to your bathroom's existing electrical circuits such as the lighting circuit or use a dedicated circuit. If you're not comfortable with electrical work, it's best to hire a professional to ensure safety and compliance with local building codes.

4. Installation Accessories: Depending on the type of heated mirror you choose, you may need additional installation accessories such as brackets, screws, and adhesive. Follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to ensure a secure installation.

5. Switch or Timer: To manage your heated mirror's demisting feature, you have two options: you can synchronize it with the main light switch to activate the demister when the lights are on, or you can employ a thermostat to regulate the demisting cycle and preventing excessive heating if your mirror does not dissipate enough heat.

 Mirror demister pad

Heated mirror in a bathroom

Once you have all the necessary components, installing a heated mirror in your bathroom is a straightforward process:

Choose the Location: Determine the ideal location for your heated mirror. It should be close to the sink and at a height that suits your needs.

Prepare the Surface: If you're installing a heating pad behind an existing mirror, clean the mirror thoroughly and ensure the surface is dry. If you're installing a new heated mirror, follow the manufacturer's instructions for surface preparation.

Install the Mirror: Attach the mirror to the wall using the provided brackets, screws, or adhesive. Make sure it is securely in place.

Connect to Power: If you're comfortable with electrical work, connect the mirror's heating element to your power source. Alternatively, hire a qualified electrician to handle the wiring.

Set Up the Controls: If using a thermostat or timer, install according to the manufacturer's instructions. This will allow you to turn the heating element on and off at determined times.

Lady looking into demisted mirror

Demister bathroom mirror

With your heated bathroom mirror in place, you'll no longer have to deal with foggy mirrors during your morning routine. The built-in demister will keep the mirror clear and ready for use, even in the steamiest of showers. In conclusion, getting a heated bathroom mirror is a practical and luxurious addition to any bathroom. By following these simple steps and investing in the right equipment, you can enjoy the convenience of a clear mirror and a touch of modern elegance in your daily life. Say goodbye to foggy mirrors and hello to a more enjoyable morning routine with a heated bathroom mirror.