Spaces4kids Sensory Mirror
Product Code: M3003
Summary: Moulded with waves & bubbles for multiple image bending fun-filled reflections our new Sensory mirror is made from non-acrylic safety plastic. It is non-shatter, impact resistant and has rounded corners. Primarily designed to be mounted permanently on the wall it could also be used on the floor in adult supervised sensory sessions.
Comprises (with sizes): Overall size approx. 800mm square. Each moulded facet 220mm diameter. Supplied with double sided adhesive pads. Additional wall fixings may be required, e.g. No More Nails adhesive.
Material Specification: Mirror EN71 safety non shatter plastic. ASTM 1 metre drop test.
Use/Safety Notes: Mount singly or as multiple tiles. Clean only with domestic furniture polish or damp cloth, never with abrasive cleaner which will damage the mirror.
Caution: direct sunlight reflected in mirrors can cause a dazzle hazard or an ignition source always perform a risk assessment when selecting a location for a mirror indoors or out. Mount at a height above floor appropriate to the height and age of the group using the mirror.
Indoor Wall Mounting: Use self adhesive sticky pads supplied (you may need to supplement the supply provided). Alternative methods; i) double sided tape (not supplied); ii) adhesive (e.g. No More Nails – not supplied); iii) *wall screws [*ONLY TO FLAT SURFACES – ON UNEVEN SURFACES FIRST GLUE TO A FLAT BACKBOARD ] Wall screws are not supplied – drill mirror and fix with proprietary mirror fixing kits available from DIY outlets.
Outdoor Wall Mounting: Extra care is required when mounting a mirror on an outside wall. As a general rule, we believe that a good quality adhesive will work better than screws, it is our preferred outdoor wall fixing method. We recommend that if the wall surface is uneven that the mirror/s be first mounted onto a flat (weather resistant – outdoor spec.) wooden back board. 1) If you damage the edge of the mirror while mounting, the part that is damaged may develop a weakness to environmental factors and the mirror foil may start to peel making the mirror unusable. 2) Temperature gradients and warping: Locations where the plastic mirror is subject to large fluctuations of temperature (direct sunlight / followed by cold) may cause the backing plastic to warp and the foil and protective films to delaminate which will damage your mirror. 3) Directly mounting the mirrors on uneven surfaces such as wood clinker board may result in warping which will severely damage the mirrors. Outdoor life: Mirrors are reasonably resistant to the weather, longevity is circumstance and location dependent, more sheltered spots are preferable. Salt water, strong winds, extremes of temperature will shorten the useful outdoor life.
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