How to Install Wall-To-Wall Mirrors


Wall to wall mirrors can be an excellent way to spruce up any room of the home. Usually, these are hung in the bedroom but the bathroom and living room areas would also be a good choice. Frameless mirrors are a great idea for this project. You will be able to hang them right next to each other to give the room a complete look. You may think this is a difficult task. However, with the correct tools you can hang these quickly and effectively.

Things You'll Need

  • Measuring Tape
  • Frameless Mirrors
  • Mirror Magic Adhesive
  • Plastic Mirror Holders
  • Begin by deciding on the size of frameless mirrors you would like. If your wall is uneven you may need different sizes to fill the entire wall. Measuring the wall height to width will give you a good idea of the size or sizes of mirrors you will want to install.

  • Clean the wall well with a good cleaner. The area that you want to install the mirrors needs to be well cleaned and dry before beginning to hang mirrors.

  • Use the Mirror Magic Adhesive product to secure the mirrors on the wall. Apply the adhesive to the back of the mirror in sections. Depending on the size of the mirror, add the adhesive every three inches.

  • Place the mirror on the wall evenly. Make sure it is even before attaching it. Once the adhesive touches the wall, it cannot be removed.

  • Use plastic mirror holders to keep them in place until the adhesive is dry completely. This can take up to 48 hours.

  • Repeat steps 3 through 5 until all the mirrors are attached. To complete your wall to wall mirrors, make sure each one is lined up with the next mirror. Also, be sure they are all even with each other.

Tips & Warnings

  • Place the plastic mirror holders so they will not interfere with the mirror next to it. Be sure that each mirror is lined up right next to the one before.
  • Be sure that concrete or unpainted drywall is sealed before using the Mirror Magic Adhesive.

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