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Old 10-25-2011, 01:52 AM   #1
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Replacing the mirror closet door

Before I replace the broken mirror on the sliding closet door, I considering doing away with the mirrors, and replacing them with something else. Possibley some type of window covering, or custom made wood doors (may be out of my price range). If you have replaced your closet doors, I would be interested with what you went with and approx the cost.

My closet opening is 66.5" wide x 70 high.
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You can go to Lowes or Home Depot and find a lot of replacements. The best would be 2 folding (accordan type doors) which would be light weight and easy to install. Good luck!
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You can also make those doors rigid and use them as a slider if space dictated.. But ya, louvered door would be my first choice..
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