If you are in the process of adding bathroom mirror cabinets, you need to make sure you take the right steps in order to get the mirror and cabinet properly installed. You will also want to make sure that you select the right area to install bathroom mirror cabinets; the area on the wall where the cabinet is installed has to be large enough for the correct installation and it should not be so large that it seems to “swallow up” the mirror in question.
If you have all of the necessary tools on hand, the installation of Mirrored Bathroom Cabinets is fairly easy. You will need to set aside an hour or two so you can complete the installation. You will need to have a stud finder so you can secure the cabinetry to the wall studs. You will also need a level and a pencil so you can mark out where you will install the cabinet and so you can make sure that the cabinetry is level once it is mounted to the wall you have chosen. It is a good idea to have a cordless or corded drill on hand so you can install the screws that are sold with the cabinet you choose. You will also require wall fasteners that are hollow and a tape measure for making your measurements.
When you are preparing for Remodeling a bathroom mirror cabinets you have to take off the mirrored door so you can install the cabinet portion of the cabinetry; this will prevent you from breaking the mirror as you install it. Make sure you put the mirrored doors in a location where they will not be accidentally bumped into as you work to prevent potential breakage. Once you have determined that the cabinetry is securely fixed to the wall you have chosen, then you can put the mirrors back onto the front of your selected cabinet.
As you install bathroom mirror cabinets you may require the assistance of at least one additional person; you can have the person trace the outline of where the cabinet should be placed and to secure the cabinetry to the wall as you hold it securely in its desired position. Once you have used the stud finder to discover the studs behind the wall and within the area you have traced, the cabinet can then be fixed to the wall. You can also make sure that, after putting screws in about half way, that the cabinetry is level by having a friend use the level to assess the installation.
If you are positioning one of many bathroom mirror cabinets above your bathroom sink area, the standard amount of space to leave between the floor and cabinet is roughly forty inches; this will ensure your mirror is at the right level for the average individual to use it. Once you have reattached the mirrored fronts of the cabinet, you can clean the mirrors with an appropriate cleaner to remove any smudges or fingerprints.