How do make a vinegar anti-fog solution?


Bathroom mirrors and fixtures are notorious for fogging up from shower steam. It is possible to make up a solution to apply to mirrors and windows that will help to prevent them from fogging. To make an anti-fog solution with vinegar simply pour 2 oz of white vinegar in a spray bottle, add one quart of water and mix together. Spray mirrors, windows and fixtures with the mixture and wipe with a paper towel.
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