How can I unglue this mirror so that I can open the cabinets?!

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I have a mirror that former owners put baseboard glued to outer parts, making it impossible to open the corner cabinets. Any ideas on prying this off? Will add pictures later!
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  • Haysha S. Haysha S. on Jan 04, 2017
    You could try spraying it with WD40 or Goo Gone and see if it helps loosen the mirror.
  • Teri Teri on Jan 08, 2017
    If you can get a rigid scraper behind or under the edges to break it loose that might help.
  • Muriel Muriel on Jan 10, 2017
    We have a mirror glued on a wall in the motor home bathroom. The wall paper needs replacing and I haven't figured our how to remove the mirror to tend to the wall. Would love to know the solution that works for you. Thank you in advance!
  • Linda Hunt Linda Hunt on Jan 11, 2017
    I am in the same boat as Muriel!! I was frustrated so I put up art to hide each mirror in the Castle. Just read trailer there, hehehe. So, I eagerly await answers also
    • B. Enne B. Enne on Jan 28, 2017
      Muriel and Linda, it is nearly impossible to do without breaking...been there done that. Can you score and tear the paper around it? If it shows, I suppose you could frame the mirror. Are you sure it is glued? The one mirror I had looked and felt glued, but was on a cleat, and was "sealed" on the perimeter with 2-sided tape.
  • Lindcurt Lindcurt on Jan 22, 2017
    I was watching the removal of mirrors at a gym and asked the glass guys if there was any other way to get them off. They said, "Nope. break 'em up and trash 'em." Seems like a waste. They had to chip and grind off the old glue
    to prepare the walls for the painters.
    • Muriel Muriel on Jan 23, 2017
      Thanks for asking. This is a very large mirror from sink to just under the lights. I don't want to replace it. Think of just cutting wall paper to go to edges of mirror. Want warmer weather to try my idea. Thanks again for input.
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