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I have two and both gets so hot you can’t touch the mirror and can feel the heat coming off the glass! It gets so hot one of my Mirrors has now shattered. Zig zag pattern brake all over. It’s connected to light switch but heats within minutes.

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I’m looking to use it behind the towel rail/radiator in the bathroom at the bottom so the heat radiates up to dry the towels in the summer & I can switch off the radiator from the gas boiler

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The demister pad will be fitted to a solid state mirror that will be fitted to a plywood wall. Is the demister pad safe sandwiched between the plywood and the mirror?

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We have this connected to our bathroom lights and would like to change the switch to a dimmer. Is this ok?

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Hello there - can I sandwich the de-mister pad inbetween the mirror and the bathroom unit cabinet door behind (melamine faced MDF)?

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Can your heated mirror pad be connected directly to a local light switch or does it require a fused spur in addition?

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Hi I have purchased one of your de-mister pads (40 x 58 65 watt) from Screwfix and am intending using Geocel Mirror Mate to fix the mirror to a ceramic tiled bathroom wall. The mirror itself is 92 x 67 so the pad is approximately 38% of the total surface area. I need to know whether it is OK to put the Geocel over the entire area once the de-mister pad has been attached to the back of the mirror with its own adhesive. I apprecaite that the installation instructions say not to put adhesive onto the pad but I'm not sure if you are trying to ensure that people don't try using alternative adhesives to attach the pad to the mirror. I look forward to hearing from you



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