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Old 03-01-2019, 09:29 PM   #1
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Bathroom mirror alternative

I seem to have a permanent dent in my forehead from the flip up bathroom mirror in or FC25. Both my wife and I are tall and that mirror seemed to be designed to make us duck around it as it opens. Sometimes I forget to duck hence the dent.

Finally I had it and ripped the stupid thing out and replaced it with a Levlor blind from Home Depot. We attached a new mirror to the side wall. So far we’re loving it.

Just passing along the idea for others.
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What are the bins you’re using in the cabinet? Also what does the bottom picture represent? Can you post a pix of the other mirror you put up?
Great idea.
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Not sure of the brand of the plastic bins. I’ll post it when next in the trailer. The bottom shelf is using a Perch bins because we had them already.

athens last photo is how the shade stays put when traveling. It hooks around that screw underneath the shelf.

There are lots of mirror choices. We used this one.
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Old 03-03-2019, 02:39 PM   #4
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Here are the containers I used on the top shelf for those interested.
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