Covid - 19 Update, Clear Materials are now back in stock, we are now able to offer lead times within 1 week on the majority of our Clear (Perspex) Acrylic, PETG & Polycarbonate.

Acrylic Mirror

from £3.00

Offer: £9.00 standard delivery. Checkout today!
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Acrylic Mirror
Acrylic Mirror
Acrylic Mirror
Acrylic Mirror

Step 1 - Choose Colour & Size

Maximum: 2030mm
Maximum: 1525mm

Step 2 - Optional Extras

Read more about Number of Holes

Number of Holes

Please enter how many holes you would like drilling.

Location - If you order standard holes we will drill 5mm holes centred 25mm from the edges in each corner or evenly spaced (depending on how many you order) unless you tell us otherwise.  For panels 150mm wide or less the holes will be centred 15mm from the edge of the material unless you tell us otherwise. To avoid compromising the material, holes cannot be centred any closer to the edge than 15mm. If you order less than four holes please tell us where you would like them drilled.  

Size -  we drill holes to a maximum diameter of 20mm. If you need anything above this size please order it as as 'Cut-Out'.

Giving Us Instructions - you can specify your hole diameter and location as you checkout. Please provide your instructions in our 'Special Comments’ box which you will see before you pay for your order. 

Alternatively, if you have a drawing you can upload it and attach it with your order.

That’s it. If we have any question’s we’ll be in touch. Thanks.

Read more about Hole Types

Holes Type

We can drill stndard holes or counter sunk holes.  Please choose from our menu.

If you require advice, please contact our friendly team on 0113 249 2222.

Read more about Cut Outs

Cut Outs

We can cut shapes out of your plastic for you. For example, socket holes in acrylic splashbacks.

Please upload a drawing showing what you would like with sizes marked on.

If you need any assistance, please call our friendly team on 0113 249 2222.
Read more about Hole Position Design

Sending Us A Drawing

If you'd like to send us a drawing to show any requirements please upload it here.

It will come to us along with your order.

​ You can upload a PDF or an image with any of the following extensions:

  • .gif
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Read more about Screws


Our screws are 3.5mm x 30mm wall screws

Read more about Screw Covers

Screw Covers

Our screw covers are chrome effect

Read more about Rounded Corners

Rounded Corners

Please enter how many corners you would like rounded.  If you require less than four corners rounding please tell us which corners they are.  

Radius - We will round corners with a 25mm radius unless you tell us otherwise.  If you would like to specify the radius you can do so as you checkout

Giving Us Instructions -  . Please provide your instructions in our 'Special Comments’ box which you will see before you pay for your order.  Alternatively, if you have a drawing you can upload it and attach it with your order.

That’s it. If we have any question’s we’ll be in touch. Thanks.

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Send quote via email

Not ready to order yet? Get an instant quote via email to continue later or to send to your colleague to order.

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Acrylic Mirrors – Why Choose Plastic Mirrors

Here at The Plastic People, we cut our acrylic mirror to the exact size or shape you need. Our mirrors are a safer alternative to glass.

That's because they are shatter proof, mark-resistant and 17x stronger than glass. 

As a result, they’re ideal for use in public spaces, outdoor areas and are even popular in dance studios, gyms and gardens.

Acrylic mirrors cut to size for home or garden 

If you'd like to create the feeling of a larger garden, a lighter garden or perhaps make a special feature or two – garden mirrors cut to size are perfect.

Our mirrors can also be used indoors. In the home, they can be used as child safe mirrors for playrooms - and as mentioned above, they’re also common in fitness studios.

You can even place an acrylic cut to size mirror inside stables. Horse mirrors are safe alternatives to glass – and still provide the animals with that element of comfort and companionship.

Ordering your acrylic mirror

We cut our acrylic mirror sheets to the exact size you need.  Simply enter your measurements in our Quote Calculator above.

  • We also cut sheets to shape. Access this service via the Cut To Shape tab which you'll find at the top of our Quote Calculator.
  • If you'd like to send us a drawing of your requirements you can also upload it using our Quote Calculator.  It will arrive with our team once you have placed your order through our checkout.
  • Something else to tell us?  If you have any other special comments, you can let us know in the Comments box as you checkout.

That's it. If we have any questions, we'll be in touch. Alternatively, email us a drawing of your requirements for a quote. We're happy to help.
If you'd like to speak with our friendly team they can reached on 0113-249-2222.

How to fit acrylic mirrors

If you are bonding Mirrored Acrylic to wood, brick, plaster and other wall substrates, check out our acrylic mirror adhesive which can be successfully used without any adverse effect on the mirrored acrylic.  

Another option is to have oversized holes drilled into your acrylic mirror and hold it to the wall with screw fasteners. If you are using screws to fix your mirror, we would recommend a screw hole approximately every 300mm all the way around the material for a secure fit. 

Because acrylic mirror is more flexible than glass it must be fitted to a flat surface for a perfect finish.  If you are fitting it to a wall which is not flat, or are not sure, it is best to fit it first to something rigid such as three quarter inch plywood.

Download our handy acrylic mirrors guide for more information on working with your mirror.

Cleaning acrylic mirrors

Keeping your mirror looking clean and shiny is very straightforward – although there are a few things to bear in mind.

You should always avoid using solvents to clean acrylic. Chemical cleaners can damage the surface of the plastic and do more harm than good – so it’s better to stick to a soft cotton cloth and warm water.

Related Accessories

Are polycarbonate mirrors suitable for high security environments ?
Polycarbonate mirrors are ideal for demanding, high security environments. Our polcarbonate mirrors will not break, melt (if burned) and graffitti wipes off them.
Can acrylic mirror be used in bathrooms ?
Yes acrylic mirror is water resistant and can be used in the bathroom. We recommend silicone sealing around the edges.
Can acrylic mirror be used outside and in the garden ?
Yes acrylic mirror can be used outdoors but please remember that all mirrors can intensify and concentrate sun rays and generate focused heat spots. Care should be taken to avoid positioning in direct sunlight.
Acrylic mirror will weather outdoors over time with changes in temperature and moisture. The mirror will still be attractive and reflective but will have a more weathered appearance.
Can you deliver polycarbonate mirror cut to size ?
Yes we are happy to do so.  Please select the size of polycarbonate mirror from our Ordering Menu above and as you checkout you will see a Special Notes box.  Simply write in there the size you would like us to cut to.  We offer this as a complementary service.
How are polycarbonate mirrors different to acrylic mirrors ?
Our polycarbonate mirror is much stronger than acrylic mirror.  Indeed, they will not smash and should they get burned they will not melt.  They also have UV protection anti graffiti properties so graffiti can be simply wiped off with plastic cleaner.
How does acrylic mirror compare to glass ?
Acrylic mirror is not as rigid as glass mirror.  Acrylic mirror is half the weight of glass and at the same time much stronger.  It is also more flexible   Because it is flexible some visual distortion may occur when it is used.  Distortion can be exaggerated when using large pieces.  This can be reduced and better visual integrity can be gained by using thicker pieces of acrylic mirror (because it will be less flexible) along with careful and correct installation.  Visual distortion is not a manufacturing fault but an inherent characteristic of the material.
How should acrylic mirror be fitted to a wall or wardrobe door ?
For best results make sure the wall or door is completely flat and has no imperfections. If this isn’t possible or you are unsure we suggest the acrylic mirror is first mounted onto a thick MDF sheet.  Only use specialist Acrylic Mirror adhesive or mechanically fix your mirror using screws.  If you fix with screws, please leave some room in the hole for the acrylic mirror to expand and contract. This can be done by making the hole size slightly bigger than the screw.  
How should I clean acrylic ?
The team here at The Plastic People are often asked about how to care for acrylic.  Acrylic should not be cleaned with chemical cleaners as this will very likely lead to damage.  Cleaning acrylic should be with warm soapy water and a soft cotton cloth.  We are impressed with a cleaning product called Vuplex which polishes acrylic to a high shine in minutes, keeping acrylic looking like brand new.   It also protects new plastic from scratches and grime and restores plastic which has fine scratches and in ground grime. 
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