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Old 09-18-2018, 12:07 PM   #1
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Default Removing Bedroom mirror

Looking into removing the large mirror at the head of the rear bedroom on the 36' pusher. Not into the 80's decor mirror thing and wanted to put in a decorative headboard, possibly some art....not sure on that yet. Any ideas on how to remove the mirror? There are some corner brackets and i'm guessing that they are epoxied in? Any ideas or experience there? My idea is to duct tape the mirror over well, cover and tape a tarp to it, then work a thin shove knife behind the brackets and see what happens...Eye and glove protection for sure...
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Looking into removing the large mirror at the head of the rear bedroom on the 36' pusher. Not into the 80's decor mirror thing and wanted to put in a decorative headboard, possibly some art....not sure on that yet. Any ideas on how to remove the mirror? There are some corner brackets and i'm guessing that they are epoxied in? Any ideas or experience there? My idea is to duct tape the mirror over well, cover and tape a tarp to it, then work a thin shove knife behind the brackets and see what happens...Eye and glove protection for sure...
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I have an idea but need to see the mirror as mounted. Any room to the sides?


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