You will need a ruler, pencil, small-headed Phillip's screwdriver, a drill, mirror adhesive, the clips included with the mirror, and patience. Also, if you have a level, that may be helpful.
Measure about 6 inches from the bottom of the door. Use 16 inches of a ruler to center where you will want to place the mirror, leaving room for the doorknob. Make sure that you mark the outside of the 16 inches and that your marks are level. After you mark that (you're still at the bottom), measure 3 inches in from each side of your 16 inches. Make two holes on these last marks and install those 2 clips only tight enough where they will stay upright, but are still a bit loose.
Now use the mirror adhesive on the door. This is not included in the package and will add about $5 to the price. You will need 2 vertical rows of 4 'globs' each to be put well within the periphery of your 16 X 60 inches, since it will spread a bit.
At this point, you will want to have your drill, screwdriver, ruler, pencil, and hardware very close by, so you can hold the mirror to the door as you install more clips. Place the mirror in the bottom 2 clips and press it into the adhesive. Then, a few inches from the top, on one side, put a clip, mark for the hole, take the clip off, drill the hole, replace the clip, and screw it in. Measure how far you installed that one from the top and install another on the other side at the same level. Now you can let go of the mirror. Tighten the screws on the lower clips.
They give you 6 clips. I choose to install the other 2 also on the sides about halfway down. The top end does not need clips.
Several things to keep in mind. Make sure your drill bit is not too big for the screw size. Do not tighten the screws too much or they will crack the mirror. The adhesive takes a long time to set, so don't rely on it while you are installing the first 4 clips. If your adhesive came in a tube that needs the metal gizmo to squeeze it out, and you don't have one, just place something like a hammer handle on the back, wedge it against the floor or a counter, and push the tube down over it. This will push the adhesive out the top.
Date published: 2017-02-21