Re: Looking Glass
What I read in your earlier post, and should be noted, is that you used No More Nails on the frame for the mirror, not on the mirror itself. The glass shop I went to for my mirror ( plexi ) said not to use No More Nails on the back of the mirror because it would remove the silvering.
The plexi I used is expensive at $12 a square foot, but you can drill through it in the corners to mount it with screws.
I too mounted it to the inside of the bathroom door. With the bathroom door open, you have the light in the bathroom on one side of you and you can have the light at the entrance to the trailer on the other side.
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