May 26, 2007 2:03 pm
I intend to replace the 30 year old mirror in my ensuite. It seems to me that the existing frameless mirror is glued to the wall (probably of fibro-cement sheeting). It has been suggested that I use a length of wire to pass behind the mirror and cut through the adhesion. Any comments/hints would be appreciated e.g. what type of wire, safety aspects, how do I easily remove residual glue Thanks.
Re: Wall mirror in ensuite2
May 28, 2007 2:42 pm
Michael, I've only tried to do this once with a newly installed mirror - without success.
There are various 'wires' to try including a coated cutting wire but I would be inclined to first speak to a glass/mirror mob to get some first hand tips.
Being such an age the glass is going to be very brittle & easy to crack.
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