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Clean the mirror then apply a plastic wrap like Saranwrap across the entire surface.

Lay a piece of heavy plastic, cloth or a tarp across the area below the mirror to allow for easy cleanup.

Use a flat bar, start at an upper corner and push the bar in slowly, holding it flat to the wall.

It should start to peel off.

If large pieces break-off, use a razor cutter to cut the wrap and lay the piece aside.

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