We have a 20 year old bathroom and are replacing the vanity top and faucet. Resting (?) on the vaity top is a 43" X 43" X 1/4(?) mirror. It appears to sit in a chrome channel that runs the length of the mirror and rests on the vanity. At the top are 2 mirror clips. I do not think its glued but am not sure. We put some oak molding around the top and sides to spruce it up. It turned out my wife likes the big mirror and the over all look of it.
The plumber said to remove the mirror before we pull the top or it might fall...ie it might be resting on the top. The new top does not sit as high so I guess I'd need to then lower it. Asuuming I can get the decorative oak I put on - off without breaking the mirror, do you think the sucker was glued in place or will it pop right off? When I put it back up should I use some liquidnails for mirrors?