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05-16-05, 05:53 AM   #1  
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Hanging a mirror

Hi, I got stuck (after divorce) with finishing out a house in the process of being built. I'm pretty handy with these DIY projects, but was wondering the best way to hang a mirror (approx. 2 ft by 4 ft) in my son's bathroom. I have bought 2 pieces of j-molding when I purchased the mirror, but am not really sure how to put it up and what I need to do to anchor it to the wall (i.e., toggle bolts if I don't hit a stud, etc.)

Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Wendy

 
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05-17-05, 10:03 AM   #2  
hi
get some wall anchor that you screw in the wall.
there tough plastic type shape like a big screw.
It will hold about 50 pnds
install 2

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05-18-05, 09:41 PM   #3  
You can buy a mirror mounting kit from the hardware stores for mounting a mirror of this size. The kit usually contains the retainer clips and the anchors and screws for installing the clips in the wall.

 
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