When renovating a bathroom in an old house, a contractor said the wall between the bathroom and the kitchen was very fragile, as the old tile was overloaded with glue to compensate for the unevenness. He laid a new tile and a mirror by sticking it. The mirror now has rust spots. The supplier says he should not have been stuck. The contractor proposes to ask another over, he said it is impossible to take off the mirror without damaging the tiles and possibly the wall. The supplier says it can be easily steamed. What is it? How to do?
To deposit a glued mirror, several solutions are possible:
- use a thermal cleaner in order to soften the glue, then pass a wire or nylon between the mirror and the wall;
- pay foracetone on the glued areaswait 15 to 20 minutes for the acetone to soften the glue sufficiently. Proceed as before.
On the other hand, I would advise against sticking a mirror on the old one, the overweight being able to lead to the tearing off of the two mirrors, except to put the second one with ice cream pastes (but you indicate that the wall is not very solid, which would exclude this solution).
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