dealsover-the-door mirror for $9.59

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I would like to get this but I'm nervous about having a mirror shipped. I wonder how well they pack it?

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If it breaks they pay so go for it. I'm tempted to get one too.

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@minkeygirl7: You are right. Just want it to be hassle-free. I went ahead and ordered it.

@barnabee LOL. I don't need anymore bad luck.

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in for two, came to $22 and change including shipping, not bad... in target and walmart, you are lucky if you can find one for $25

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I've had one of these for 17 years now. I remember because I just happened to hang it the same day I proposed to my wife. It's a little cheap-looking, so I wouldn't put it in a guest room, but it has been perfectly serviceable in the master bedroom. Cheapest full-length mirror ever, and we've never had a problem with it.

One tip: it's a good idea to secure the bottom of it to the door. Otherwise, it swings out a little when the door moves, with the result that it not only makes a banging noise but also inches slowly along towards the doorknob. Some of that blue poster hanging putty stuff put a quick end to both problems.

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@mtrlgrl: No need to be nervous about shipping a mirror. When you go to a store and find a bunch of mirrors for sale, how do you suppose they got there?

The art of shipping delicate things has been pretty well refined by those who sell them. And if it breaks during shipping then they're the ones on the hook for a replacement anyway.

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According to the description - these are made of polystyrene glass. Doesn't sound all that fragile to me.