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B&Q Undrilled Mirror Fixing Kit

Fixing kit for undrilled mirrors.
Average Customer Rating:
1.25 out of 5
 out of 
(4 Reviews) 4
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Rating Snapshot (4 reviews)
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1 of 4(25%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for B&Q Undrilled Mirror Fixing Kit
Review 1 for B&Q Undrilled Mirror Fixing Kit
Reviewer: Honest
Overall Rating
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Poor quality item
"I used this product to hang several undrilled frameless mirrors, of which, due to the poor quality brittle plastic used for this product, they broke and the mirror smashed when it fell off the wall not long after installing this product.
Poor instructions, NO WEIGHT LIMIT on packaging, will never use again, I will always use the metal type of fixings."
Review 2 for B&Q Undrilled Mirror Fixing Kit
Reviewer: SASBQ
Overall Rating
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
Improvement Suggestion
"The two upper (with longest slots) brackets should have twice the length longer overhang. This would allow all four brackets to be firmly fastened to wall, the mirror could then be slid up into top brackets, slid down to locate into bottom bracket whilst still being secured at the top. i.e without the need to slide down "loose" top brackets."
Review 3 for B&Q Undrilled Mirror Fixing Kit
Reviewer: PHIL33
Overall Rating
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
"Avoid these cheap and nasty mirror clips, they are fragile, very easy to crack and contain very little in the way of instruction. I have just hung a mirror using the clips and have had to take it down as I have very little faith in their strength. A search on the internet shows several types of metal clip which is what I have just ordered."
Review 4 for B&Q Undrilled Mirror Fixing Kit
Reviewer: DIYgirl83
Overall Rating
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Do not buy
"I put up a mirror using this fixing kit and the plastic fitting broke and the mirror fell to the floor and smashed. B&Q will not refund me as I have no proof of purchase. Why would I keep a receipt for a mirror that I thought would stay on my wall for years?"