How to Mount a Wall Mirror?

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Before you mount a wall mirror make sure you have the proper method of hanging it on the wall. Lightweight mirrors might only need some heavy duty two sided wall tape. Heavier mirrors with require finding the studs and using wall sink type hardware.
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When you mount a wall mirror you can use either wall hangers or nails. Some mirrors already have nail hangers in the back of the mirror so it can either be mounted.
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