It can be difficult to find space for a full-length mirror, especially in small apartments. But here's a solution. Using moisture-resistant tesa Powerbond® MIRROR, you can attach a long mirror to the side of a bathroom shelf unit.
Mirror on a shelf

Mirror on a shelf

It can be difficult to find space for a full-length mirror, especially in small apartments. But here's a solution. Using moisture-resistant tesa® Powerbond MIRROR, you can attach a long mirror to the side of a bathroom shelf unit.



  • A full-length 4 mm deep mirror cut to the width of the shelf unit
  • scissors
  • alcohol- or silicone-free glass cleaner
  • tesa® Powerbond MIRROR 5 m x 1.9 mm

 

Steps

A full-length 4 mm deep mirror cut to the width of the shelf unit, scissors, alcohol- or silicone-free glass cleaner, tesa Powerbond® MIRROR 5 m x 1.9 mm
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DIY Mirror / Step 1

01

Collect all items ans let's start!

Clean the back of the mirror thoroughly with alcohol- or silicone-free glass cleaner.
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DIY Mirror / Step 2

02

Clean the back of the mirror thoroughly with alcohol- or silicone-free glass cleaner.

Evenly apply Powerbond® in vertical strips – alternately full length and 40 cm length – on the back of the mirror and press five seconds.
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DIY Mirror / Step 3

03

Evenly apply tesa® Powerbond in vertical strips – alternately full length and 40 cm length – on the back of the mirror and press five seconds.

Remove protective films.
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DIY Mirror / Step 4

04

Remove protective films.

Clean the shelf surface thoroughly with alcohol- or silicone-free glass cleaner.
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DIY Mirror / Step 5

05

Clean the shelf surface thoroughly with alcohol- or silicone-free glass cleaner.

Press on the mirror for five seconds focussing on the areas that align with the shelves.
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DIY Mirror / Step 6

06

Press on the mirror for five seconds focussing on the areas that align with the shelves.

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