The selection of plastic mirrors here at The Plastic People make for excellent alternatives to glass mirrors. This is because the materials are stronger, more flexible, shatter-proof and safer.
Acrylic mirrors are 17x stronger than glass and make for a popular choice in gardens as a way of reflecting light and giving the appearance of a bigger space.
Our polycarbonate mirror will not smash and are vandal resistant. They are popular in public spaces and dance studios.
Acrylic mirrors and polycarbonate mirrors can be bought cut to the sizes you need using our highly accurate Cut To Size service opposite or as sheets from the boxes below.
Have a specific shape, or a disc, in mind instead? Not a problem, just get in touch and we will work with you to design your ideal acrylic mirror.
If this is the first time you have handled these materials, our working with acrylic mirrors guide is useful for both fitting ad maintenance. If you are installing an acrylic mirror onto a wall which is not flat, it is best to fit it first to something rigid, such as a piece of MDF. Should you need to bond it to wood, brick, plaster and other wall substrates, we advise using our acrylic mirror adhesive to avoid any adverse effects developing on the mirrored acrylic.