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Model # AM2448S

Internet # 202509287

24 in. x 48 in. x .118 in. Acrylic Mirror

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Product Overview

Fabback acrylic mirror is a great alternative to traditional glass mirrors. Its superior impact strength and lightweight attributes make this mirror a versatile product that can be used with confidence in many applications around the home. Its shatter resistant properties make it the obvious choice for bath mirrors, home gyms, dressing areas, and even children's play areas. Because its easily fabricated using common tools it can be used in custom applications such as table tops or cut to match a custom frame to create decorative wall mirrors. Regardless of the project, FABBACK acrylic mirror is a great item for use in any area of your home or office.

  • Up to seventeen times greater impact resistance than glass mirror of equal thickness
  • Lightweight - half the weight of glass mirror of the same size and thickness
  • Can be easily cut using standard plastic cutters and common tools around the home
  • Easy to care for using only a mild soap and water mixture and damp soft cloth
  • Silver mirror color
  • Mirror must be adheared to a ridgid substrate (i.e. 1/2 in. plywood) before mounting to wall

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.118 
Product Height (in.) 
48 
Product Length (in.) 
24 
Product Thickness (in.) 
0.118 
Product Width (in.) 
48 

Details

Bullet Proof 
No 
Mirrored 
Yes 
Non-Glare 
No 
Product Weight (lb.) 
5.36 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shatter Resistant 
Yes 
Sheet Features 
Mirrored,Shatter Resistant 
Surface Type 
Mirror 

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24 in. x 48 in. x .118 in. Acrylic Mirror
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Can this be used in a drop ceiling type setting? 2x4 footprint

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June 9, 2016
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yes
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Is this a 2 way acrylic mirror?

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January 25, 2016
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No, this mirror is not two way.
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I have a vinyl like sheeting on our walls and has a plastic strip between each seam. I am trying to remove the plastic seam but no luck.

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Any suggestions on how I could remove it. Has a metal piece n the center
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How do I cut to size? I have tried an acrylic knife and it does not work well. Can I try a fine toothed saw? Utility knife?

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September 21, 2015
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I cut mine on table saw or power mitre saw using 200 tooth blade. Tape the edge to cut on both sides for clean cut.
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October 22, 2014
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Hi TNThomas,
This acrylic mirror states on its owners manual that it can be cut using a plastic cutting tool. I don't know if you've used a wood or metal straight edge while cutting it.
To read more about cutting and drilling the sheets, view the link for the owners manual below:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/aa/aa9b7144-8fba-49cf-a0da-a54f7130cfbd.pdf
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great mirror for my RV Bought this mirror to dress up a wall in my Travel Trailer to make the small living space appear larger. Needed a product that would not break and shatter specially during travel. This acrylic mirror was the perfect size and very easy to mount. I used automotive mounting tape that is sticky on both sides and mounted the mirror directly to a relatively flat wall. Extremely happy with the result!! There is some very minor distortion in the mirror image, which actually adds some character and pleasontness to the interior of the camper. Not having to ever worry about shattering of glass is priceless! September 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Safe Mirror for Church Nursery I bought the mirror to use in a church nursery. I added molding to the edges and 1/4 inch mdf board to the back to finish it off. It was slightly less than stated size by a half inch or so each direction. It was a much better deal than buying a prefabricated one from a children's supply store. March 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solar Cooker application fully tests acrylic mirror capabilities. In the interest of going green and developing a prototype solar cooker, I had a huge problem of deciding on the ideal parabolic reflector material to use. After extensive research in using reflective foils, tapes, metals and glass mirrors, I found a solution. Home Depot had the overal best item to use and even the best price. The acrylic mirror met nearly all my design and performance needs. First, it is extremely flexable and easily followed my parabolic curve. Also, it is tolerant to reasonable high temperatures, as I found when a part of my wooden frame caught on fire and hot ashes fell on the mirror. To my surprise, hardly any damage occured beyond a slight dimple where the chips fell. The reflectivity was another key concern and the acrylic mirror performs just fine. Although glass mirrors are technically more reflective than arylic types, they are twice as heavy, thus the acrylic mirror product a better choice for me. After extended use outside the mirror does get dusty, but it is easy to clean if extreme care is used. First I air blow it and then I use a very soft cloth to gently wipe it down. The acrylic surface is very sensitive to scratching, even one particle of sand rubbed with a cloth can scratch it, thus my explaining my cleaning method. Deeper scratches may be removed with special plastic cleaning and polishing chemicals although I have not tried them yet. I also needed an exact 24 inch width. I was afraid based on other customers that the advertised dimensions would be too short, but I was pleasantly rewarded when it arrived and it was dead-on the correct advertised diemensions. My design required using 2 pieces that needed cutting. I cut it to size with a jigsaw. It cuts very easily. And finally, the product description strongly advised use indoors and against outdoor use. But, for me it has faired perfectly outdoors for my intermittant use (no rain exposure) and even in the high humidity we have here. In summary, I have brutally put this acrylic mirror to the test, with severe bending/warping, high temperatures, high humidity, splashes of water from the cooking pot and cutting of pieces and it performs very well. I like this product and recommend its use in the solar energy markets. See photos of my prototype solar grill using the acrylic mirror product from Home Depot, where I am cooking up a large skillet of food. May 26, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Correct material, but flawed The material was shipped and received a few days later than originally quoted when ordered. Working with the acrylic, it was necessary to keep the protective film in place until the project was almost finished. When the film was removed, it was discovered that there was a couple blotches with tiny bubbles in the acrylic. Fortunately, they ended up in a place where they would not be noticeable. The flaws were in the middle of the sheet and it would have been impossible to cut out for the project it was being used for. disappointing, but at the point where the flaw was found, it was too late to de-do the project without purchasing another sheet of the acrylic mirror. October 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for kids! Bought it for my kids and added some plywood behind it, it's perfectly safe and will be very useful for many years to come for the kids. February 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It was just as described I used this behind an antique headboard. It was perfect and lacked the weight of a real mirror. Which was great because the brass headboard was heavy on it's own. December 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great kids mirror As a parent with children with special needs, it was advised to get a shatterproof mirror like the ones in class. All the therapists and I were looking in specialty catalogs and the prices were outrageous, and the mirrors smaller. I thought to check HD and found what I was looking for at a fraction of the cost and free shipping. The corner did arrive chipped but not bad enough to get replaced. I can add whatever type of border that I want and change it out when the kids get older. I do not see a distortion when the mirror is flat. August 7, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pre-Toddler Fun We placed these mirrors in a classroom full of 1-2 year olds. They absolutely love looking in them and making faces. They came on time and we have yet to have a problem with them in the class. We simply screwed them onto the walls. Easy to clean and no breaks so far... the kids have even thrown toys at it! April 15, 2014
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