Is the hat straight and the curls where they should? With this mirror on the wardrobe door, your child can check their clothes and hairstyle one last moment before it's time to leave.
Getting dressed is much more fun for children when they have their own mirror inside or outside the wardrobe door.
You do not need to drill holes since the mirror has a self-adhesive backing.
IKEA of Sweden
For the safety of your child the mirror is made of inpact-resistant soft plastic.
Recommended for all rooms in the home except high humidity areas.
The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.
Double-sided tape included.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Use only water or window-cleaner.
Do not apply the stickers to sensitive surfaces! Sensitive surfaces, such as wallpaper, can be damaged when the sticker is removed.
IKEA has banned BPA (Bisphenol A) in plastic products in the children’s range (0-7 years) and in all food-contact products. IKEA phased out BPA in 2006.
BPA (Bisphenol A) free
IKEA has strict requirements for the use of phthalates in all our products, and we have totally banned them in children’s and food-contact products.
Width: 6 1/4 "
Height: 19 5/8 "
Width: 6 ¼ "
Height: 0 "
Length: 19 ¾ "
Weight: 6 oz
Mirrors are Warped and Don’t stick wellCadenBought these to insert into a wardrobe, but the quality is so poor you can barely see yourself, and the attachment stickers make it so that the plastic bends in the middle causing them to operate like fun house mirrors. Stickers also fall off1
Must have.PaulinaBought this for my little one and she loves it, it’s simple but great, it’s not real glass so it’s perfect for little ones room.5
cracked mirrorGenesis P.Opted for in-store pickup and my mirror was damaged upon arrival. I did not install this mirror until a few weeks after purchasing it, wish I had opened the product right away. Disappointed and would NOT recommend. Don't know if it is even worth the hassle to try and exchange it for a new one.1
This is the best mirrorchristinaThis is the best mirror for little kids. I’m a Montessori mom and IKEA has many things to help with practical life skills. This mirror sticks to the wall and is made with materials that won’t break. I have it hung at child height near a bowl of ribbons and brushes so my toddler can practice brushing her hair.5
They were the size IRebeccaThey were the size I needed4
Love these mirrors!DebbieLove these mirrors!5
good for storageEeetttgood for storage5
So easy to useRESBFI bought these mirrors and I love them! Great price too!5
Damaged and smallEllianaIt was damaged and placed with the swivel chair in the same box. Secondly it’s extremely small1
Best for kids!Marta798I was looking for a mirror for my daughters room. All the mirrors are heavy and huge. Those stick to the wall, clean up easily and are safe giving my kid a lot of fun.5
Perfect for kidsKDIKEAI purchased a couple of these years ago, for my son's room. He has grown so quickly, I had to come back and get another one to put above! Good for growing basketball players!5
Slim, Sticks and Great view.Lisahb99I needed a small mirror on the back of my door. This went on so easy and once the film is removed it's a great mirror. I think this would even be great for a locker in a locker room or school setting!5
Sandrag92Bought this for the grandkids and they love it.5
KMargauxI love it! Just wish there were more sticky attachments included5
First TimeWorldbridgerFirst time I've purchased anything from Ikea that wasn't quality. And I've furnished several apartments and a business.1
DamagedJPopI bought 9 mirrors, 2 of them had scratches and damages2
ruddy77It's a stick on mirror, what more can I say. It didn't make me look any better when I looked in it!4
AwesomeKriszasI used them in my jewelry store showcases. They’re super easy to cut with an exacto knife and the just stick on!!!5
Could not use double sided tapeCeecee14I bought this last month and will return on my next trip. The mirror portion seems to be fine, but while I was able to peel the tape of the paper backing on one side to stick it tto the back of the mirror, I cannot get the second paper off of the double sided tape. After 20min of trying I got ONE of the four pieces of tape to release their protective cover. It was an exercise in frustration to say the least.1
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