What are the disadvantages of acrylic mirrors?
One potential drawback of using an acrylic mirror is that it can scratch more easily than glass. However, this can be minimized by using a protective film on the mirror’s surface. In addition, acrylic mirrors are not recommended for use in high-humidity environments as they can warp over time.
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.
Is acrylic mirror as good as glass?
Acrylic mirrors are solid and durable but also lightweight—about half the weight of glass—making them easy to manipulate and fix into place. They are impact resistant and shatterproof, perfect for use in gyms, dance studios, martial arts schools, and malls where health and safety are concerned.