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FABBACK

Model AM2448S-5

Internet #202509297

24 in. x 48 in. x .118 in. Acrylic Mirror 5-Sheet Contractor Value Pack

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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
  • Five sheet contractor value pack
  • Silver mirror color

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Are you able to cut these mirrors to size or are they ruined if you try to cut them?

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You can cut acrylic mirror using the handheld tool available in the stores and on homedepot.com or with a circular saw blade. If you use a circular saw blade you need to make sure that the sheet is clamped down securely so that it does not shift which could crack the sheet. Use a fine tooth (carbide if possible) blade. Although a little more effort is needed you are probably better off using the scoring Read More
You can cut acrylic mirror using the handheld tool available in the stores and on homedepot.com or with a circular saw blade. If you use a circular saw blade you need to make sure that the sheet is clamped down securely so that it does not shift which could crack the sheet. Use a fine tooth (carbide if possible) blade. Although a little more effort is needed you are probably better off using the scoring tool but both processes will work. When cutting any plastic, do not remove the protective film on the sheet in an effort to minimize any scratching of the sheet. Read Less
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mirrors in the garden We have a lovely back yard garden but it is not very wide. I've dreamed of a large mirror on one tall fence but worried about glass. This acrylic mirror is the miracle solution. We simply attached the sheet to the wood fence with simple metal mirror attaching hardware. Then we added a rustic wood frame made out of pieces of barnwood. I'm now thinking of doing it on another area of our yard where there is a neighbors garage on our property line. Here I'm thinking of using an old salvaged wood window frame to cover the mirrored acrylic to make it look like a window into another garden. November 25, 2010
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor. Two of the five mirrors arrived damaged. They are extremely thin and must be attached to a hard surface to avoid a fun-house effect. May 29, 2012
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