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Re: Bathroom mirror recommendations



Hi John,
A few years back I made the entire wall of my small bathroom a mirror with
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a custom cut piece of mirror glass. Was from a local glazing firm and was
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round =C2=A3250 for a 72=E2=80=9Dx48=E2=80=9D mirror.

I bought a demister heat pad separately and wired it in and stuck it to
the=
back whilst the chaps installing held it in place.

I wired it into the lighting/extractor fan circuit so it came on with the
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xtractor fan. To this day is still one of the best things I did. Also
coupl=
ed it with a motion sensor to turn lights in dimmed down in the middle of
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he night as well.

One project I=E2=80=99ve done recently is my First magic mirror https://for=
um.magicmirror.builders/

Not done this in the bathroom yet but it=E2=80=99s in the list. Pretty
easy=
to do and the end result is really good so may be worth thinking about for=
your mini makeover?!

Couple of pictures attached of my First mirror. This is just using cheap
mi=
rror film on glass hence not as reflective as a normal mirror but that can
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be solved by buying mirrored glass.

Cheers
Noel


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