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Re: gluing a mirror to metal frame

Posted By: Peter Dale <PeterCDale@wmconnect.com> (cache-dr04.proxy.aol.com)
Date: 1/11/4 15:01

In Response To: gluing a mirror to metal frame (Charlie)

There is a glue or black colored mastick(like "liquid nails" in a chaulking gun)that glass mirrors are mounted on painted walls that might do the job.Check with your local lowes or home depot. Another source might be going to "DIY" or "Home and garden T.V" sites for info.For saftey sake and if you have the room to put them,the standard plasic "L" brackets could be used if you have metal space around the side and bottom edges to mount them. You'd need to replace the std wood screws that come w/them and after drilling the small size holes use sheet metal screws or self tapping ones. Becareful because the height of the "L" might not alow you to slide the doors over one another.Check clearances first.Good Luck

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