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Old 02-17-2012, 10:08 AM   #1
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I want to take a large bathroom mirror off the wall and have it cut into two smaller mirrors to hang and frame.


I was wondering if any one knew the cost of cutting down a large mirror into two smaller ones.

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Old 02-17-2012, 01:48 PM   #2
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I want to take a large bathroom mirror off the wall and have it cut into two smaller mirrors to hang and frame.


It depends. How thick is it? Is it beveled? Is it still attached to the wall, and if so, how? Can you take it down or do you need someone to do that?

If possible, take it to a local glass place and ask.

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I want to take a large bathroom mirror off the wall and have it cut into two smaller mirrors to hang and frame.


Call a glass place and ask them what they charge to cut/bevel it.
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I want to take a large bathroom mirror off the wall and have it cut into two smaller mirrors to hang and frame.


May not be able to be cut.
Cutting it may crack the silver coating on the back side.
Any glass compamy will let you know all about that if you call.
May come out better to just get some new mirrows.
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I want to take a large bathroom mirror off the wall and have it cut into two smaller mirrors to hang and frame.


I've had it done--not to expensive at all----Call a glass shop --good use of an old mirror--
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