Things You'll Need
Warm, soapy water
Use light pressure and smooth motions when scraping with the razor blade the to avoid scratching the mirror.
Stickers can leave behind a nasty residue on glass and mirrors. A razor blade is the best tool to remove the sticker effectively. Any leftover residue can be cleaned up with rubbing alcohol.
Wet the mirror and stickers with warm, soapy water.
Scrape the sticker off of the mirror with a razor blade. For safety, use a razor blade that includes a holder. This item is available at hardware stores.
Apply rubbing alcohol to a cloth or cotton ball and rub over any excess sticker residue. Wipe with a dry cloth. If adhesive residue remains, try a adhesive-removal product such as Goo-Gone.
Chris Brake has been a freelance writer since 1999. He has attained numerous graduate and undergraduate study courses involving language and the written word as a vehicle of expression. He co-wrote the feature film, "Imaginary You."