Asked on Sep 10, 2017

My mirrors are clean, but they still look hazy/foggy. What to do?

by Tammy
  7 answers
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Sep 11, 2017

    Try this- Vinegar and newspaper. Pour white vinegar in a spray bottle and spray over the cloudy mirror, but not to the frame, especially if it's wooden. Crumple an oldnewspaper and use it to wipe the vinegar off the glass. Rub the mirror until you're left with a shiny, streak-free mirror.

  • Crw4444 Crw4444 on Sep 11, 2017

    I had this problem also. I bought a bottle of "Invisible Glass" for my car, and learned it works great on inside mirrors.

  • Vicki Vicki on Sep 11, 2017

    I use peroxide on all my glass with newspaper

  • Big lulu Big lulu on Sep 11, 2017

    Your mirror looks like it might be old? You might need to replace it if none of the fixes above work.

  • 9530106 9530106 on Sep 11, 2017

    I agree, sometimes the silver on the back begins to wear off from age. There is nothing that will remove the resulting haze, short of replacing.

  • Judy Judy on Sep 12, 2017

    Use windex and vinegar, and then dry with newspaper. This will truly help you. Best wishes. J.

  • Bob Bob on Apr 19, 2023

    i cleaned my new bathroom mirror with 30 seconds SHOWER CLEANER and now its cloudy and streaked where cleaner was on mirror. Can't remove it. What happened? BOB