Can you use acrylic mirror in bathroom?
Acrylic mirrors maintain room temperature and therefore do not act as condensation collectors like glass mirrors; acrylic mirrors can be screwed or glued to a suitable flat surface. However, unlike glass mirrors, acrylic mirrors can be fixed to bathroom tiles, using high-bond adhesive pads.
Can I cut acrylic mirror sheet?
Acrylic mirrors offer excellent value for money and because you can cut them to any shape or size, they offer versatility too. Acrylic sheet is incredibly easy to work with and install, as it’s lightweight despite its durability, and it can be cut with just a simple fine-toothed hand saw or Stanley knife.
Does acrylic sheet look like glass?
So, does acrylic plastic look like glass? Yes, but there are different kinds of acrylic which are more suitable for different applications. Standard clear acrylic may look too much like plastic to pass as glass where the edge of the sheet is visible, but when it is used as a glazing material acrylic is very effective.