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Old 09-09-2007, 07:39 PM   #1
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hanging a mirror


How can I hang a rather heavy horizontally oval mirror properly? As it is now, the mirror (refelction) is distorted..like a fun-house mirror. We replaced the original with a heavier..better quality (supposedly) mirror and it didn't change. Would appreciate any tips! Thank you.

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The method used to hang the mirror will hove no effect on the distortion. But if it is a wood framed mirror you can use hook eyes and wire. If it is real heavy use four hook eyes and two strands of wire. I will look for a diagram.

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