Learn To Hang A Backlit Mirror
Plan the project to hang a backlit mirror. You must have the point of light already prepared. It is usually placed on the sink at a height of about 70 or 80 cm above. When choosing the mirror, you can choose those that carry a light on the top or those that have a focus on each side. Mark the place where you will place the mirror. Set it on the sink and make some marks with a permanent marker. With a Granados and a hammer, make a notch on the point that you are going to drill. With this you get the drill to rest on that small slit and not slip when you use the drill.
Then to hang a backlit mirror, remove the percussion from the drill and if you have a speed selector choose a low speed. Support the bit and start drilling slowly to increase the speed. Be careful to place the drill perpendicular to the wall, so that the block is not twisted when you put it. Insert the cue and, if it does not enter smoothly at all, hit with a hammer. Do not do it directly on the cue, since you can break the tile. Place a piece of wood as a martyr or use a rubber mallet.
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Place the plates that come with the mirror and fix them with the screws included in the kit or with those appropriate to the studs you have put. Do the same for both fixings. Hang the backlit mirror in place and check the alignment with the level. If you notice that it is not perfectly aligned, you can adjust from the plates: unscrew slightly, move the plate and screw again.