Glass door armoire are loved by some, and hated by others. While some people like the convenience of an integer glass and like how they make a small room look larger, others think they are tacky and dated.
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Cover your hands with work gloves for protection. Apply masking tape to mirror tiles. If the glass happens to break during removal, the band sharpened sharp pieces of mirrors. Lift the glass door armoire from the upper and lower grooves. The method of removal varies depending on the type of door. Some can be removed by lifting the door straight up off the track, or some might require you to hold down a small lever. You can usually see how your doors are kept in the track by standing in the wardrobe and looking at the back of the upper doorway.
Remove the screws that hold the upper and lower door grooves instead using a screwdriver. Remove the door slots. If a groove is stuck in place due to accumulated paint or dictation, use a screwdriver to bend the groove out. Scratch any loose paint, seal, or other debris on the glass door armoire frame with a scraper. If new wardrobe doors are not in your budget, you can change the look of your mirrored wardrobe doors by covering the mirror with fabric or veneer.