The mirror clip is usually used around the bathroom mirror to help keep the mirror against the wall. The mirror clips have been used for decades, and they often look obsolete and cheap. To cover decorative mirror clips with frame, starting with measure wall mounted mirrors. Measure the size of the mirror cliffs and how much they overhang the mirror and the wall. Make a sketch showing the relationship between the mirror and the clips, including accurate measurements.
Next, turn the image frame upside down when looking at the correct frame type to cover decorative mirror clips. A mirrored clip is 1/4 – 3/8 inch thick. The back of the frame must be immersed in this amount. Order the picture frame so that the submerged area on the back of the frame will cover some j channels and mirror clips. Use double-sided 1/8 inch thick foam ribbon 1/8 inch from the outside edge of the back of the outer frame. This cartridge compensates for the thickness of the mirror. Use a gem of construction glue for glass on the back of the frame inner lip.
Peel the paper out of the foam tape and press the frame over the clip and j channel. Cut a piece of painter’s tape 12 inches long. Press down the center of the ribbon diagonally across the corner of the frame. Press the ends of the tape to the wall. Repeat for the other three corners of the frame. This will help keep the weight of the frame on the wall while the construction glue dries. Clean up some glue that oozes on the inside of the frame. Remove the painter’s tape after 24 hours. And the covering of decorative mirror clips with frame project was done.1 8 inch mirror clips