Bathrooms with ornamental or specialty tile have tiles that extend to the ceiling in the floor. While this look makes for easier cleaning and is spectacular, it may make it challenging to install things into it it. To to hold a mirror above your bathroom sink on a wall you need to penetrate the tile from which to to hold the mirror and install wall anchors.
Measure the mirror as well as the wall where you want to to hold it. Determine where the screws will soon be placed. As an example, some mirrors hang with a wire on the other side of the back, while the others have clips that are specifically positioned. When determining where to place the screws take notice of the hanging approach.
Place pieces of masking tape on the wall where the screws will soon be installed. Mark each bit of tape where you are going to drill, using a pencil.
Place a carbide- or diamond-tipped drill bit to the drill.
Dip the bit into a vial of oil that is cooling and place it against the pencil mark on the tape. Twist the drill again and forth several times make it possible for the bit to bite to the tile.
Begin drilling gradually to the tile. Keep a light-pressure on the drill as it undergoes the tile and to the drywall. In the event the bit starts to smoke or change red, quit and redip it before continuing to the oil.
Push a wall anchor into each hole. Make sure you use screws and anchors designed to support the the weight of the mirror you’re hanging.
Screw the hanging screws to the anchors, utilizing the drill. Leave a tiny section of the screw-head standing out of the wall to provide the mirror something where to to hold.
Line up the wire or hanging clips of the mirror using the screws and hang the mirror on the wall.