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How To Remove A Glass Lavatory Mirror Securely





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19 comments

  1. Thank-you! I always wondered what those clips were.

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  2. Hey, it went well and I didn’t get hurt thanks to you!

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  3. Thanks, here’s hoping my huge mirror goes that easy.

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  4. "hopefully we can do this without shorting this out". Hey Mr. Safety guy, turn off the power when monkeying with electrical outlets! 🙂 haha

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  5. Thank you.

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  6. Any recommendations for removing a glued on wooden frame from a large mirror mounted to our bathroom wall? Previous owner framed it with knotty pine and I'm afraid that I'll crack the mirror by prying it off.

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  7. Thank you for this video. The clip issue was bothering me. I am doing my elderly mothers bathroom over this weekend and I was scratching my head on the clips. QQ: if there is a lot of glue on back of the mirror, how would I repair the drywall? Please, please, please don’t tell me that i have to replace it!

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  8. Thank you for this video. I had no idea how the clips worked.

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  9. The mirror we removed was much smaller but the previous owner must have used an entire tube of some sort of construction cement to attach it to the drywall. They were going for a "window" look because there are no windows in the bathroom and just put cheap shutters over it. Couldn't open the shutters and couldn't see the mirror. Not sure what they were thinking.
    We managed to remove it (and chunks of drywall) by using packing tape over the entire thing and using a prybar. What a nightmare.

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  10. "Always wear gloves"……. Except when you are removing the second mirror……..

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  11. I have a tilted mirror that we can't figure out how to remove the mirror doesn't go to either side enough to pop out of the holder any suggestions

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  12. Oh geeze, mines three times this size. This is going to be a fun Saturday.

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  13. Awesome video, made what I though would be the most difficult job the easiest. Thanks

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  14. What happened to the 'safety' part? No gloves? No tape? No eye protection?

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  15. Great video. I have those clips on my mirror as well hope they didn’t put any adhesive on it!! You made it look very easy..

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  16. I knew there must be a trick. Good video with quality sound and actual enunciation. And most importantly, you answered the question I had!

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  17. Why don't you remove the glass from the light fixture so it is not in the way?

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  18. So you don't believe it's necessary to use glue if you properly use the j-hooks and clips? I'm about to put up a room full of 3x7ft mirrors and am trying to determine if the glue is really necessary. Thanks in advance!

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  19. Thanks for showing how those clips work. I was always scared to change out mirrors because I couldn't see how to do it safely 🙂

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