Bit of a disaster this morning, lost my grip on the mirrored door of the bathroom cabinet and it slammed shut and cracked all the way across. Me not very happy :(
Basically, the door is a solid sheet of mirror (18" x 11") with smooth edges (ie no frame of any sort, just the glass) - it is held on by two hinges that you slide the glass into and tighten a screw against the back of the mirror. The handle is bolted on through a hole in the mirror.
I gather I have three options:
1) Replace myself - which I gather would be pretty impossible as the door has no protective frame and to cut a sheet of mirror to that size would leave sharp edges - is there a way? The hole for the handle shouldn't be a problem to drill with a glass bit.
2) Buy a replacement door - I figure to do this I would have to find a glass/mirror manufacturer and take the broken door to them so they could cut and drill me a replacement. Would this be expensive? The cabinet cost about £60 so obviously wouldn't want to pay more than maybe £30.
3) Buy a replcamenet cabinet - the problem with this being that the place we bought it from no longer exists and I've never seen another like it - would mean getting a different style which would be a pain as I quite like this one!
Any help/tips/suggestions greatly appreciated.