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Old 06-23-2011, 09:45 AM   #15
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Mythplaced=wow!! I really love that backsplash!!! You can try getting new mirror tile or glass tile backsplashes to replace your old online. There are a few places that offer free samples. What color and size exactly are you looking for? and wear gloves when working with glass tile!

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I'm seriously considering replacing the beveled mirror backsplash in the kitchen, both behind the sink and stove, with mosaic glass tile.

If any of my fellow Alpiners have tackled this project, I would be most grateful to hear if you have any "tricks" for removing the existing beveled mirrors.

Thanks in advance,
Jim
Jim,

Use a piece of fishing line. Cut it about 3 ft long and wrap it around your hands a couple of times. Start at a corner and use it as a saw. I had all of mine off in just a matter of minutes. The link below explains how I changed mine.
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