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

 

  • How we do it:

    01

    Collect all items ans let's start!

    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

    02

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

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

    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.

    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

    04

    Remove protective films.

    Remove protective films.
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    DIY Mirror / Step 4

    05

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

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

    06

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

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