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This gorgeous acrylic mirror is perfect for adding some light and space into your garden. Specially designed for outdoor use, this mirror is stronger yet more lightweight than glass so is far safer in busy gardens. Mirrors are a great addition to small gardens due to their ability to bounce light into dark corners and spaces while giving the illusion of space beyond the wall on which it hangs.
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This acrylic mirror is both ten times stronger and 80% lighter than real glass, which means that you can hang it safely and securely without worry or fear of them smashing. It can easily be wiped clean with a cloth and fresh water mixed with a mild soap and are completely weatherproof and shatterproof. This practical mirror is great for bringing light and space to dark corners while being a stylish and modern addition to any garden.
Acrylic mirrors are flexible, and the reflection produced will only be as good as the surface to which the mirror is fixed, so it is suggested that the adhesive used is spread with care and the mirror firmly flattened to your chosen backing material.
Thank you to P. Mitchell for this amazing video of our Acrylic Garden Mirror.
"Excellent very good just what I wanted"
Reviewed Tuesday, 4 September 2018
"as advertised and delivered on time"
Reviewed Monday, 4 June 2018
"Wanted a lightweight mirror to conceal an ugly patch of wall - just the job. Easy to handle and fix. Will look fine once plants soften the edges in spring."
Reviewed Tuesday, 1 November 2016
Reviewed Monday, 26 September 2016
"Does what it says on the tin."
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 September 2016
"exactly what I wanted and looks very striking now that it is installed."
Reviewed Thursday, 30 June 2016
"Used it in my water fall does exactly what I bought it for."
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 March 2015
"Very pleased with item."
Reviewed Sunday, 12 October 2014
"Lovely quality mirror, looks great in my garden."
Reviewed Wednesday, 8 October 2014