Mirror sliding closet doors – A mirror attached or attached to a closet door can make a small room look larger and can help clear up a dark room. With a mirror of the closet door you can have a dressing space more comfortable than that of a small bathroom. Full-length mirrors are ideal for those checks last minute and front appearance. Placing a mirror is something that can be done with a basic knowledge of carpentry.
Keep the mirror against the mirror sliding closet doors. Use a carpenter’s level to make sure that the mirror is level. Use a tape measure to center the mirror on the door. Make a reference mark on the door 1 inch on both upper corners and 1 inch on both lower corners. This will be the location of the mirror clips. Trace around each corner of the mirror to help guide you through the final installation step.
Put the mirror aside. Drill pilot holes in the door so that the clips, two on the top and two on the bottom, to the reference marks. Use a 1/4 inch drill bit, being careful not to drill completely through the other side of the mirror sliding closet doors. Insert the wall anchors into the pilot holes if the nearest door is a hollow door. Tap the anchors with a hammer as flush with the surface of the door as possible. These will add additional support and help prevent any damage to the door. If the door is a solid wood door, skip this step.