|Name||1/4 in. 20 lb. Plastic Mirror Holder (4-Piece)||A-Maze-ing Picture Hooks (4-Pack)||1/8 in. Plastic Mirror Clip (8-Pack)|
|Part/Kit Type||Mirror Clip||Picture Hooks||Mirror Clip|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|Picture Hanger Features||Hardware Included||Hardware Included,Washable/Reusable|
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Hi, and thank you for your question. These could be used depending on the thickness of the glass and if the screws are the correct length to work with the cabinet.
Hi Mark, and thank you for your question. These could be used to support the top if the bottom is secured in another manner. Given the size of the mirror, we would strongly suggest ensuring they are installed into a stud versus drywall only.
No. The description you have listed is incorrect for these actual clips (quite common on the HD site, alas). Database clean up! The 1/8" mirror ones are about 0.75" W x 0.5" H x 0.375" D (from the wall once flush), depending on orientation. These dimensions are when the clips are oriented along the side of the mirror, versus top/bottom.
If you mean the kid of glass that is normally inset from the back of the door, no. That is not what these are designed to secure. Different kind of clip.
Sure. Just don't go too crazy when you screw the things down or they will break. Also make sure that you don't lever out the anchors when you screw them down.
Thank you for your interest in Hillman products! Yes, this product comes with screws included in the retail packaging.
Not really meant for being in the weather. I would think they would disintegrate in short order outside.
Hi and thank you for your inquiry. We apologize we do not have a clip that will hold a mirror 1/2 thick.
Hi and thank you for your inquiry. The safe working load is 20 lbs. These weight ratings are not cumulative meaning, adding additional clips does not add additional strength.
Thank you for your inquiry. This is a #6 screw with a minium head of .244 and max of .279.