Eclectic Homes

Quick Fix: Protect Your Mirrors!

If you are like me, you often decorate your house without thinking about afterwards, when you might have to remove something. My walls are littered with nail holes, my doors will have holes from the coat hooks I screwed to them — and do not get me started on the mirror on my closet door. Removing a wall mirror can be tricky. If you’ve implemented anything sticky to keep it there, then chances are you will get a cracked or broken mirror from yanking it off the wall. I know this from experience. Michelle Turner and Brian Rigney of By Design Custom Remodeling at Maui, Hawaii suggested this clever trick to keep your looking glass undamaged via a move. Simply Grove When installing your mirror, Turner and Rigney suggest putting glue carpet protector on the back of the mirror. This sticky plastic movie is usually used to keep carpeting clean…