How To Hang A Heavy Framed Bathroom Mirror
TOOLS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT - Hammer Drill - Impact Driver - Level - Tape Measure
Liquid Nails Mirror Adhesive, but it does say you need to use a mechanical support as well, such as a shelf angle or "J" channel.. Another option is Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive which will hold about anything. In our new house, we installed large, frameless mirrors in each bathroom using this and it worked great.
Hang the mirror on the mounting hooks. Loop the D-rings onto the mounting hooks on the wall to hang the mirror. Make sure the mirror sits flush against the wall. Place the leveller on the top edge of the mirror to ensure it is level as a final check.
While there are more rudimentary ways to hang up your mirror with a nail and wire attached to the back. OOK's clip systems have a safety clips on some of their hanging kits to ensure if someone
You can also use metal cleats to hang mirrors with sturdy frames; just follow the package directions. Usually, you position the top cleat at the top of the frame, make shallow holes and attach it with the included screws.
Determine trim style and positioning of trim around mirror to obtain measurements specific to mirror being framed. Use measurements to cut lengths of primed MDF baseboard. Tip: Have materials cut at a home improvement store and consider using style of door casings in home as inspiration for the look of the mirror frame.