|Fig.1 Large Mirror|
Supplies and Tools:
Cordless driver with a Phillips bit
Electrical wire cutting tool
Heavy duty mirror clips with screw
Mrs. H. called my repair service for repair a loose mirror, the mirror had clips but they were not in the correct location.
This post shows the seven steps to removing mirror the old clips and installing larger more weight bearing mirror clips.
Step 1: Fig.1 the bathroom cabinets and the mirror attached to the wall. The first step is to make sure the mirror is leveled. This mirror was correctly leveled, this mirror has lined etching and that is the reason why it must be leveled.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the Handyman is taking the picture of measuring the size of the mirror.
|Fig.2 Measure mirror|
|Fig.3 Small clip|
|Fig.4 Large clip|
|Fig.6 Measuring tape|
|Fig.7 White anchor|
|Fig.8 Mirror clips|
Update: DIY Advisor has New blogs check them today:
- Handyman Blog: DIY Advisor
- DIY Advisor Sitemap
- Food Blog: From Kiwis To Pistachios
- Food Blog Sitemap
- Tool Blog: DIY Advisor Toolbox
- Tool Blog Sitemap
- Artwork Blog: Light in Dark Artwork
- Artwork Blog Sitemap
- Class-A Tests: DIY Class-A Drivers License Tests
- Class-A Tests Sitemap: Class-A Sitemap
- DIY Poem: DIY Poem Meter Blog
- DIY Poem Sitemap: DIY Poem Sitemap
Note: The DIY Advisor assumes no liability for omissions, errors or the outcome of any jobs. The reader must always exercise reasonable caution, follow current codes and regulations that may apply, and is urged to consult with a licensed contractor if in doubt about any steps on these posts. All names were changed to protect client's privacy. DIY Advisor. Reproduction of site content including photos without permission prohibited. All rights reserved. © Copyright 2011-