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    Product Care & Information

    Woman Installing MirrorMate FrameMirrorMate® Frame Care:
     

    MirrorMate’s high quality frames are durability tested and made for the bath. They’ve been used for over a decade, even in such high traffic settings as hotels – and have stood the test of time.

    We’re so sure of it, we guaranteed the frames to last.  See guarantee.

    All it takes to keep your frame looking good as new is simple dusting, or a light wiping with a cloth or paper towel that’s slightly dampened with water.  Easy as that!

    Please keep in mind, the frames are made of wood and wood-based materials, like your bathroom vanity or other furniture. Therefore, we recommend avoiding the use of harsh chemicals and excessive scrubbing. It’s also best to spray glass cleaner directly on a cloth and then wipe down the mirror, instead of spraying the mirror directly.  Unfortunately, frames that exhibit damage from harsh cleaners or scrubbing will not be covered by our guarantee.

    Repainting the bathroom? We recommend painting prior to the frame installation. If you’re painting after your frame is up, simply use a steady hand around the frame. You’ll want to avoid painter’s tape on the frame as it can remove the finish.

     

    Enjoy your beautiful new frame for yours to come – guaranteed!! 


    MirrorMate® Frames Product Information
     

    MirrorMate Frames are proudly manufactured in America and made from the highest-quality materials. For more information about the product and how it is made, see our resources below.

    Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)

    The term “MDF” stands for medium density fiberboard. This is a composite wood product, made from wood pieces, particles or fibers bonded together with a resin. This is a strong and stable product, used to make furniture, cabinets, shelving as well as molding. Some of the wood used in MDF comes from wood dust when wood products are made, or small trees that need to be thinned from forests grown for large tree logging, and so does not require virgin wood for its production.

    All of the MDF from our suppliers meet Phase II emission standards set forth by the California Air Resources Board (CCR 93120.2(a)). As of January 2011, these requirements mandate that MDF have a concentration no greater than .11 parts per million of formaldehyde. As of January 2012, the requirements mandate that formaldehyde be eliminated from all MDF.

    Made in the United States of America.

    MirrorMate® products with this icon beside them are made in the United States of America. Some components of the finished products may have been imported, depending on the style.


     

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