"Converting" one large bathroom mirror into two


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Old 08-16-01, 07:26 PM
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Our dressing area has a huge mirror across the double sinks and almost to the ceiling. It's great, but not very decorative. I thought I would create individual mirrors by gluing two large decorative frames over the sinks, leaving the middle "panel" alone with flowers or something against it. What's the best way to glue frames to mirror? Cleaning could be a problem, I guess...? I was also thinking of creating mosaic-type frames, but I think it would be waaay over my budget--I never realized how expensive little pieces of tile were!
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Old 08-17-01, 11:18 AM
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Mirror Mastic

Mirror mastic which is available at HD or most glass shops will work fine. It's like liquid nails, only it's made for bonding, glass to glass, sealed wood, paint and other.
A thin double sided tape would also would work and you would have the benefit of being able to change your mind....
 
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Old 08-17-01, 07:58 PM
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Attaching frame to mirrors

Thanks for suggestions. My husband likes the double sided tape idea. I think we'll try it this weekend.
 
 

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