Features to look for when buying a mirror

 Mirrors must be copper free

The main benefit of copper free mirrors is the reduced corrosion. This is the rusting that appears beneath the surface of the coating and once this appears there nothing that can be done to get rid of it. Copper free mirrors are 3 times more resistance to corrosion than traditional mirrors. Other than the benefits of longer longevity of the mirror, copper free mirrors are also better for the environment. Without the harmful chemicals such as copper sulphate and lead in the manufacturing process, the production of these mirrors is significantly less harmful to the environment.

Wall-mounted mirrors: These are mirrors that are mounted directly to the wall using non-abrasive silicone or fixing brackets and are the most common type of bathroom mirror.

Mirror Cabinets: These are mirrors that are mounted above the vanity, they have storage space for toiletries, makeup and other small items and can be paired with a light fixture for additional illumination.

Magnifying mirrors:  have a small area allocated for magnification: These have a magnifying lens built into the glass, which can be useful for applying makeup or grooming facial hair.

LED mirrors: These are mirrors that have built-in LED lighting around the edges or behind the glass, which can provide additional illumination while you get ready. This type of mirror due to its power drain needs to be directly wired. Most mentioned mirrors can come with touch control options to dim or vary the shade or colour of the lighting.

Bluetooth mirror: is a multi-purpose product that allows your favourite music to be streamed straight into the bathroom, whilst also providing the usual helpfulness that a legacy mirror does. Most mentioned mirrors can come with touch control options to dim or vary the shade or colour of the lighting.

Fogless mirrors: These are mirrors that have a special coating or heating element to prevent condensation from forming on the surface and are very useful in a bathroom.

Extendable mirrors: These are mirrors that can be adjusted or extended to allow you to see different parts of your body or to accommodate different heights. They are small and come in a variety of shapes and colour finishes.

Framed Mirrors: Most mentioned mirrors have the option of a variety of frame designs, materiel and colour finishes to suit your décor.