|What's the minimum and maximum thickness of framed or frameless mirror that this bracket can handle?
Can it handle a framed mirror?
What's the maximum weight of a mirror that the brackets can handle? - Asked about product AF-RM-801-SN
| ||The max weight is 75 lbs. The minimum thickness is 1/2", the maximum thickness is 4". For framed mirrors, only metal or wood. For frameless, you would have to use the AF-RM-CR-C or the AF-RM-SN-C brackets, found in the Accessories section of this page: http://www.kitchensource.com/bathroom-mirrors/af-rm-326-cr-c.htm#accessories
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|I am wondering, can this product be mounted to a steel frame? - Asked about product AF-RM-801-CR
| ||Yes. As long as bracket can be screwed into the back of the frame.
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|Is there a weight limit or size of the mirror that can be attached? how does the bracket attach to the wood frame of the mirror? - Asked about product AF-RM-801-SN
| ||The weight limit is approximately 65 lbs. There is no size limitations.
It is an L shaped bracket and 3 screws go through 3 holes in each bracket from behind and into the back of the wood frame.
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