Of course when you are in a police station, psychoatric ward, or other security, or sensitive busisness environment, you can expect that Mirropane is being used to watch you. But when you are in a hotel room, motel, restrooms, toilets, change room etc., can you tell the difference between a mirror and Mirropane a two-way mirror (where they can see you, but you can't see them)? If not, read on. It is very difficult to tell the difference by just looking at it..
So, just how do you determine (with any amount of certainty) what type of mirror you are looking at?
You don’t need any special tools or training, just conduct this simple test: Place the tip of your fingernail against the reflective surface of the mirror. If there is a GAP between your fingernail and the reflected image of your fingernail, then it is a GENUINE mirror. However, if your fingernail DIRECTLY TOUCHES the image of your fingernail, then BEWARE, it is a 2-WAY MIRROR!
So remember, "No Space, leave the Place" So if you feel you are being watched, or have your suspicions, you now have a way of finding out for sure. This message is not meant to scare you, but to make you aware. Every time you see a Mirror, do the "fingernail test." It doesn't cost you anything.
Pass it on.
PS: BUT having said all that there are two way mirrors made that have a silver backing and will look just like a mirror.. So you can get fooled. While on the surface, the information I received in an email seemed valid, upon digging a little deeper, I found additional information that showed that the information was only a part truth. So while this method isn't fool proof, it does offer some valid information.