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Mirrored Acrylic Sheets

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When telling us which corners you would like rounded off, please make sure the width and height ordered above are in the same orientation as this diagram.

Please enter the radius you require for your corners below. Our standard corner has a 20mm radius. Each radius corner costs £2.

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When telling us where you would like holes drilled, please make sure the width and height ordered above are in the same orientation as this diagram.

Please enter the distance from the edge to the centre of the hole in mm. We advise a minimum of 20mm from the edge to avoid the plastic cracking. Each fixing hole costs £1.50.

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We charge £5 per cutout. Please add details of the cutout dimensions and placement in the message box, use our handy templates, or feel free to upload a file with details of your requirements.

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Mirror acrylic sheets are the ideal alternative to glass, offering a safer, more affordable and easier to use option. Perfect for use in gyms, dance studios and even the home, acrylic provides the same clarity of reflection but with a higher impact resistance for complete peace of mind. Mirrored acrylic is a flexible alternative to glassand needs to be installed with care to ensure a perfect application. 

Glass vs Acrylic, which is best?

Glass is commonly used in homes and businesses for applications such as windows or mirrors, but acrylic is becoming an increasingly popular option for a number of reasons. It’s perfect for using indoors and out, and having a higher Refraction Index than glass, it allows more light to pass through to brighten up spaces.

A common problem with using glass is that it can easily break and shatter, causing accidents and making it difficult to remove. Acrylic is far stronger than glass, so the risk of it damaging or breaking is lowered, but it’s also shatterproof if it does get broken. Acrylic is lighter than glass so it’s easy to fit and install yourself, and easy to handle. When it’s fitted to the wall, there’s no distortion in the image and you’ll get the same clear reflective surface that you would with glass but without the hassle and risk of it breaking.

What can I use mirrored acrylic for?

Acrylic is very versatile and has a range of uses in and around the home, as well as for businesses and commercial spaces. It’s perfectly suited to gyms and fitness studios for walled mirrors which can be expensive to install if using glass. It’s more hardwearing than glass and lighter on the wall, so there’s less risk of it falling down and breaking. Because it can be cut to any size or shape, it’s ideal for using in bathrooms or on the backs of doors to open up the room and reflect the light. It can also be used in gardens – it will withstand impact and won’t shatter.

How do I fit my mirror?

When measuring for the right size of acrylic, it’s important to provide the exact specifications to ensure a professional finish. Allow a 2-3mm gap around the edges for a snug fit and ensure that you allow 6-7mm for adjoining corners so that the adjoining seam is secure. We recommend ensuring the wall where the mirrored acrylic is being installed is absolutely flat; if you are not sure, try attaching the acrylic to some MDF, and then attaching the MDF to the wall.

Acrylic mirror sheets are a flexible material, therefore they must be applied to a completely flat surface. We suggest using some MDF to ensure that the mirror is on a completely flat surface. If you are ordering larger dimensions, we recommend you consider the 5mm thick acrylic mirror which is more rigid.

When it comes to fitting your sheet, it couldn’t be easier – you can either drill the acrylic to the wall, ensuring that you use an appropriate drill bit to avoid damaging the material, or use a solvent-based adhesive to simply glue the sheet to the wall. This is more commonly used as a way of installing acrylic as it’s easier and quicker than drilling but ensure that you don’t apply the adhesive too close to the edge so that it doesn’t become visible when you press the sheet to the wall. When applying the adhesive, be sure to spread a very thin even layer across all of the back of the mirror. Failure to do this, or to stick the acrylic to a flat surface could result in a distorted image. One of the main benefits of using plastic sheeting is that it’s easy to keep clean and hygienic. It just requires a wipe over with warm soapy water and a clean cloth to remove any dirt or dust. 

Delivery Charges

Where one dimension measuresCost
Below 297mm £4.00
298mm - 1200mm £7.95
1200mm - 1999mm £13.00
2000mm - 3000mm £18.00

We reserve the right to charge extra delivery costs if the dimensions/format of your order require us to use a specialist delivery company. 

We can arrange for delivery on Saturdays/before midday, please contact us for more details. There will be a supplement for these services.


There is a supplement on deliveries to the Scottish Highlands, Grampians, Northern Ireland, Eire, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. This supplement will be calculated when you add your delivery details to your order.

If you have any questions please contact us by calling 01903 389 024 or email info@cutmyplastic.co.uk.

We have no minimum order size, so you can place a small order without incurring an additional charge.

Your delivery address doesn’t need to be the same as your billing address. You can pick different addresses whilst checking out.

You are also more than welcome to come and pick your acrylic up from us. Our address is Unit 30, Mackley Industrial Estate, Henfield Rod, Small Dole, BN5 9XR.

We will email you confirmation of your order, including your order details, your order number and the price that you have paid.

When your delivery is ready for dispatch, we will email you. This email will include the courier’s tracking number where possible. If you have ordered a smaller piece of acrylic, you will receive a notification from the courier detailing roughly when your order will be delivered on a specific day. If you have ordered a larger piece of acrylic, you may not receive any notifications from the courier, and unfortunately our courier also can’t specify a delivery time. If you are out, the courier will leave a card to allow you to arrange a new delivery time to suit you.

Due to factors beyond our control, we can’t guarantee that orders will be delivered when specified during our communications with you.

Your order should arrive packaged and in perfect condition, just as it left us. It will come with a layer of protective film over each surface (mirrored acrylic only has protective film on one side). If your order appears to have been damaged in transit, please refer to our Orders Damaged in Transit information.

FAQs


What tolerance do you cut to?

We cut to a tolerance of +/-2mm.

What is your delivery timescale?

3-7 working days.

Is mirrored acrylic like normal mirror?

Mirrored acrylic is a flexible material, and needs to be attached to a perfectly flat surface. We recommend attaching it to MDF or something similar, making sure the adhesive is spread in a thin even layer across the acrylic. we also recommend using the 5mm thick acrylic as it is more rigid.

Can you cut any shape?

Yes, in acrylic. We will shortly be able to also cut any shape in polycarbonate as well.

What's your standard radius corner?

20mm, but we can cut to your requirements.

How many holes do I need in my acrylic?

1 per corner should be sufficient for smaller pieces. You might want to consider an extra hole in the middle if your sheet is larger.

Can I cut acrylic?

Yes, you can. Just take it slow and easy.

Can I put acrylic behind a hob?

Not if it is gas or electric. You need a gap of 5cm between an induction hob and the acrylic.

Do you fit the acrylic?

No, we don't. We do provide some templates which should help you to take your measurements. The acrylic is easy to install by any competent DIYer.

What's the difference between acrylic and Perspex?

Perspex is a brand name. It is the same as acrylic.

What's the difference between acrylic and polycarbonate?

Take a look at our handy guide here.

Templates

Download one of our templates below.

94% of our customers give us good ratings

Date Score Customer Comment
6-Dec-2018
“Excellent”
5-Dec-2018
“Bought for my bathroom cabinets as didn't have room for mirrors on the wall, fits perfect & looks great.”
4-Dec-2018
“Excellent”
4-Dec-2018
“Excellent”
4-Dec-2018
“Excellent”
4-Dec-2018
“Fitted like a jig saw piece,”
4-Dec-2018
“just what we needed nice clear piece of plastic”
4-Dec-2018
“Excellent”
4-Dec-2018
“1st class service, just as requested”