Preparation. Determine what type of wall you have: drywall, plaster or masonry. To see if you have drywall or plaster, push a tack into the wall. A hanging mirror has to have a strong frame. Weigh the mirror â€” a bathroom scale works fine. Pick a spot to hang the mirror.
Drill holes into the two marks and insert the wall anchors. Screw the sturdy picture hanging hooks into the anchors. Ask an assistant to help you place the mirror on the wall. Position the wire on the back of the mirror securely over both hanging hooks.
There are two major types of bathroom mirrors â€“ framed and frameless. Proper hanging of a mirror in your bathroom is necessary to make sure that it is placed .
I have a large(3'x5') framed oak mirror to hang in my bathroom. I am not sure how to secure it to the wall so that it won't move back and forth .
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How To Hang A Framed Bathroom Mirror
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