Closet Door w/Mirror Too Heavy for Hinges
I had a full-length mirror installed on my bedroom closet door, on the inside. I.e. when the closet door is closed, you can't see the mirror. However, it seems like the mirror is too heavy for the door hinges. Two symptoms: (1) when I open the closet door it swings all the way open on its own as wide as it can go. (2) every few months, I have to tighten the screws on the hinges as they are pulling away from the jamb just slightly (not really visibly, but I am aware of it so I give a couple of turns to the screws every so often). I am worried I am going to strip the holes for the screws until eventually I won't be able to tighten them. BTW, there are three hinges, near the top of the door, the middle and near the bottom. What do I do? I cannot move the mirror elsewhere, and I really need a full-length mirror. Thanks for your advice.
P.S. I was thinking of installing "Doorsaver" doorstops (link below) which would prevent the closet door from swinging so wide. One at the top hinge and one at the bottom hinge. Would this be helpful, or not make a difference?
Here is a link that might be useful: Doorsaver Door Stop