Mine arrived with a broken mirror. The seller quickly processed a refund. Since I had a "free" cabinet, I tried to replace the mirror myself. It was less than *** at a local glass shop. I measured the mirror itself and used those dimensions instead of asking for a 16x20 piece. The door is a sandwich with a flimsy plastic flap (attached to the hinge), a layer of cardboard, and the mirror itself. It is all held together by a sheet metal U-channel bent around the edges and held together by a screw. If you try replacing the glass mirror, either be sure that you get the right thickness, or replace the cardboard layer with soft foam. I think the mirror I got was too thick, and I used the cardboard that came with it. It was VERY difficult to get the channel back on, and I ended up cracking the replacement while making the attempt. The cabinet itself is essentially a cheap plastic pan. Looks like it would work perfectly well, and it seemed sturdy enough for what I would have put in it. In the end, I paid three times as much for a nicer unit which arrived in a padded shipping box suspended by foam corners inside a giant shipping box. The mirrors in that one arrived intact. If I had another bathroom to re-do, I'd try ordering this one again in a heartbeat. The price to quality ratio of this one is exactly right for a spare bathroom.
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