What Is the Best Way to Remove a Mirror That Was Glued to Drywall?

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I would try to heat the area behind the mirror by blowing a hair dryer back there if there's a bit of space. If it was glued to the drywall, though, you may just be better off either breaking it and trying to peel off the small pieces. You could also just rip it down with the plan of replacing the drywall. Or not rip it down at all and just live with it.
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1. Proper safety gear should be worn while taking a mirror down. Assemble a team of helpers. Depending on the size of the mirror, you will need at least one or two people to help
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Cut around it with a razor knife. Remove the drywall with the mirror. That is the safest and cleanest way. Then cut a piece of drywall and replace the cut away part. tape and putty.
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