dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer
dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer
sep 10, 2011

dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer

‘mirror clearer’ by dewa bleisinger

everyone is familiar with this scenario: after taking a shower, you look into your bathroom mirror and usually it is fogged up forcing you to wipe it clean with your hand or a towel, clearing only a small part of the surface. as a response to this problem, german designer dewa bleisinger has created the ‘mirror clearer’, an add-on wiper which is attached to your mirror via a suction cup. when the reflective surface steams up after a hot shower or bath, the wiper is ready at hand. simply rotate it like a windshield wiper, and with one simple movement, you clear the mirror. made from plastic and silicone, the device measures L36 x W 5.5 x H4.5 cm, working on mirrored surfaces larger than 40 x 40 cm.

dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer demonstration of the ‘mirror clearer’

dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer packaging dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer rendering

dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer

dewa bleisinger: mirror clearer drawing of how to use the ‘mirror clearer’ 

  • hehe! i really need that!

    oliver says:
  • What a product! So handy!

    James Bradley says:
  • Wow… Yes, me too I really need it!! Where we can buy it???…

    Dario says:
  • you can buy them here:

    [url=] ausberlin [/url]

    they have a shop in berlin near alexanderplatz, too.

    Marko says:
  • Here is the link to the store with a limited time special for free worldwide shipping:

    designspray says:
  • nice, i want one!

    Aisha says:
  • finally something really useful! congrats

    david says:
  • another solution : take a shower with cold water 😉

    J-Yves says:
  • i’m really hoping the first 7 comments are ironic; really hoping.

    nicey says:
  • This should be chindogu… a seemingly useful useless object.

    nimita says:
  • sorry to disapoint all the cirtics: this products really works and it´s more comfortable than taking a cold shower and easier than using a hair-dryer (I don’t even have one).

    lg says:
  • I just use my hand or the corner of my towel, lg. works like a charm.
    How we use design to complicate matters, no?

    nimita says:
  • @dieter: the mirror clearer concept was initially done before that:

    so it´s the other way around: first this idea, then the other.

    dd says:
  • Nah it looks pretty cool.. can’t stand using my hands or a towel cos it makes the mirror so smudgy..

    ian says:
  • Every year somebody designs something like that. Do research!!

    Matthias says:
  • Great and useful idea. Please Matthias give us some links and do a shortcut for our researches 🙂

    Noemi Let's Group says:
  • why do u guys always get so jealous of somebody else’s work, huh? inspiration or copy, doesn’t really matter when the technical and artistic implementation is well elaborated..stop trolling around and come up with a better concept, dude.

    ian says:
  • Try this! Slightly wet your finger, rub the soap and aplly it on the mirror /hope it is not too big/ after or even before having a shower. That procedure clears up the mirror and does not allow the steam to cover it again. You can use soap water from the holder, too. I’m not criticising, just sharing “know how” ))))

    marto says:
  • Marto – A future star on the TV show “How clean is your house”

    Ha ha! says:
  • suck uk.
    wiper mirror.

    Mef says:

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