06:02AM | 03/03/06
Member Since: 03/02/06
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I have a large mirror on the wall in my bathroom that I would like to replace. The problem is that it looks to be glued for life. The best I can tell is that it is solely glued and not affixed in any way. As it's a large mirror, I'm afraid of shattering the mirror or taking drywall with me in the removal process. Any solutions???


04:13PM | 03/10/06
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
From my experience, it could be either way. It could be glued on, or set on some mirror holders.

Hopefully it isn't glued on. I, personally, HATE dealing with broken glass. Dealing with drywall is (to me) no big deal, but I really don't like glass shards. It doesn't take a very large shard to cause a big problem!

Obviously it's been a few days since your post. Have you found anything about it yet?

Good luck!


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