So I lucked into a dance studio closing and I bought the huge mirrors for a song. Paid a glass company to move them into an empty stall in my barn. Now I’m plotting the hanging strategy with the glass company. They have installed in other riding arenas supposedly, but I’m in a very not-dressagey area, so I still want to give guidance. I’ve read a bunch of COTH threads and countless articles. So many articles describe angling the mirrors slightly. My question is HOW? Does anyone have photos or a clear explanation? I’m also a math idiot, so a description of 5 degrees is not helpful. (Although my husband, who is not a math dummy, says that is about 6" angled forward from top. That sounds like a lot of angle).
The mirrors are 10x6’. They will be mounted above my 4 foot kickwall on plywood in a channel and glued using mastic. Now, how should we go about angling these? Is the plywood angled? Seems like it would have to be if the mirrors are glued to the plywood, right? Help me stop over-thinking this. Thanks!