Plexiglass Acrylic Mirror is a versatile plastic material that has great impact strength yet is light weight with exceptional optical quality. Plexiglass acrylic mirror can be used for a number of applications such as signage, displays, custom computer cases, and much more. Plexiglass (acrylic) can be sawed, drilled, routed, painted, silkscreened, and formed. Acrylic mirror is ten times stronger than glass, and is an excellent choice when safety is a consideration. Unlike regular glass, acrylic mirror is resistant to shattering like glass when broken (please note, plexiglass mirror is still breakable like other plexiglass sheets, but resist shattering like regular glass).
Nominal 1/4" Thick (actual thickness will be approximately .189" to .250").
Allow + or - 1/8" tolerance in width and length.
Paper masking on front side.
Extruded plexiglass acrylic.
All four edges are saw cut.
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Quantity discounts available!
We offer discounts on our listed prices
with the purchase of 2 or more stock sheets.
2 to 5 - 3% off
6 to 10 - 5% off
11 to 20 - 10% off
21 to 30 - 12% off
31 to 40 - 13% off
41 to 50 - 14% off
51 or more - 15% off
Acrylic Plexiglass Mounting Instructions
Acrylic plexiglass mirror is not rigid like regular glass mirror. Acrylic plexiglass mirror sheets will have some flexibility to it, especially larger sheets. If not properly mounted, this can cause distortions in the reflection (like a funhouse mirror). To help reduce distortions, the sheet should be mounted to a smooth rigid backing to keep it flat. There are several ways to mount the mirror sheet:
Mirror Mastic - Gunther Premier Mirror Mastic (be sure it is the mirror mastic for acrylic mirror and follow the instruction noted on the tube) – this is an adhesive made for acrylic mirror.
Screws – you can drill holes in the mirror sheet. Drill holes slowly and with light pressure. If possible, use a sacrifice board to put the sheet on to help reduce chipping or cracking as the bit comes out the other side. Drill holes a little larger than the size of the screw to allow for any expanding or contracting due to humidity and temperature changes. Do not tighten the screws to tight. If tighten to tight, the pressure will crack the mirror and/or distort the sheet.
Mounting clips – these can be purchased at most hardware or glass stores.
DO NOT USE ADHESIVE NOT MADE FOR MOUNTING ACRYLIC PLEXIGLASS MIRRORS. MOST ADHESIVES (INCLUDING WELD-ON) WILL DISOLVE OR EAT THROUGH THE BACKING ON THE SHEET.