Teak framed mirror – One of the most beautiful additions you can make to your interior is a large framed mirror. Whatever the form, plain or ornate brackets called mirror clips quickly and safely attach the mirror to the bathroom wall. Mirror clips are typically made of steel, brass, tin and plastic. Unless mirror is especially heavy, four mirror clips are usually sufficient to keep most frameless mirrors.
Place the teak framed mirror on the bathroom wall where you want to install it. Rest a spirit level on a horizontal surface of the mirror. Adjust the position of the mirror, it is necessary to straighten the mirror. Trace a faint line with a chalk pencil on the wall, indicating the location of the upper and lower edges of the mirror.
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Hanging teak framed mirror hold the spirit level vertically on the wall 2 to 3 inches from the left edge of the lines scribed on the wall. With the vertical level, mark the points where the level crosses the chalk lines. Repeat to mark lines on the right side of the lines. Place the point of the awl at a lower pilot hole mark. Use a hammer to tap the awl, make a hole through the drywall. Since power mirror clip is vertical, it is not necessary to screw them into the framing studs, or use wall anchors.