Sheet Plastics range of acrylic mirror comes in many different colours. The mirror sheet products are excellent for many applications and have lots of advantages over using glass mirror.
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Our range of acrylic sheets are versatile which means that they can be cut, bent, drilled, shaped, router cut, laser cut, moulded and machined to your exact requirements. Acrylic sheet has many brand names which include Plexiglas, Perspex, Acrycast and Policril.
With a highly reflective mirror surface our acrylic mirrors are durable with a hard surface on the reverse. They're shatter resistant with a high impact strength, an ideal alternative to glass mirrors.
Please note we would advise this material is adhered to the wall using a non-solvent base adhesive or Mirror Mate.
- Low Cost
- Easy to clean and maintain
- UV Stable ensuring the products will not discolour
- Stronger than glass and less than half the weight
- Protective film to avoid from scratches
- Fantastic Themal Insulation
- Stronger than glass
- Gym Mirrors
- Horse Stable Mirrors
- Point Of Sale
- Table Covers
- Garden Mirrors(Needs to be pre-backed for protection from water ingress)
- Decorative Applications
Some of these services include:
- CNC Cutting
- Laser Cutting
- Line Bending
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Is Acrylic mirror like glass mirror?
Acrylic mirror does not have the rigidity of glass making the acrylic mirror sheet more flexible. Because of this if applying to a wall you need to make sure the wall is completely flat and has no imperfections, if this is not possible we recommend mounting to thick mdf sheet.
How do you mount acrylic mirror to the wall?
Again you need to make sure the surface is completely flat, we recommend using our specialised product mirror mate, or you can screw to the wall.
Can you use acrylic mirror in the bathroom?
Yes you can use acrylic mirror in the bathroom as the sheets are water resistant. We do recommend sealing around the edges silicon.
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