What is the best adhesive to use? wood to mirror

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I would like to put the frame n my bathroom mirror.
Aside from a wooden frame, any other frame options ?

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  • Jul17686545 Jul17686545 on Jul 28, 2017
    Silicone adhesive, or even a hot glue gun.

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    • Shiela Shiela on Aug 02, 2017
      Thank you for the input

  • Joye R. Foster Joye R. Foster on Jul 28, 2017
    I used tile. Go to Lowe's or Home Depot. They sell tile about 2" X 6" tiles. I put them up with caulk and used spacers between tiles. My bathroom is tiled with 4" X 4" white tiles, and it really looks great. For grout I waited until dry and used more caulk.

    • Shiela Shiela on Jul 29, 2017
      wow, its interesting.. a lot of design (tile)
      I have 3 unframed mirrors, I would love to try the tile around the mirror., but what do I use to hold up/stick on the mirror?

  • Ellis Ellis on Jul 28, 2017
    There are kits sold that you can apply to a large unframed mirror. Just cut to size.

  • Tami Clanton Tami Clanton on Jul 28, 2017
    E6000 is the best adhesive I've found, especially since it will be hanging up.

    • Shiela Shiela on Jul 29, 2017
      Thank you so much.
      My sister gave me a Gorilla Glue (I didn't try it yet), I wander if I can compare that to E6000.
      I want something the "very best", as you've said, it will be hanging up

  • Tammy Tammy on Jul 29, 2017
    A-frame can be as creative as you'd like it to be from buttons to bottle caps. The best adhesive would probably be E6000 just give it enough time to dry. the higher the humidity the longer the dry time.

    • Shiela Shiela on Jul 29, 2017
      Great... anything that I need to watch out or special instruction to make my project perfect

  • Nmb28398313 Nmb28398313 on Jul 29, 2017
    I would be very careful with this. My sister just had a major claim due to her large 9x5 mirror falling off the wall. Cabinets, fixture, counter tops, carpet and paint had to be replaced in addition to the mirror! Thank God she was not there when it happened. This was builder installed!