For those of you who are a little braver and wishing to clad glass around plug sockets it is just as easy, if you always
measure the height and width at the widest reference points your glass should fit. So on that basis the same logic will apply to measuring around plug sockets,
measure both ends and sides. On that note, the drawing here shows four measurements A, B, C and D. You will see that these measurements do not go to the outside of the
socket itself, this is because you want the glass to fit over the cut out for a professional finish. Therefore these four measurements should be to around 4mm inside each edge.
For example, measurement A is 440mm from the nearest reference point which is the edge of the wall- add 4mm to this and the left side of the cut out will be 4mm inside the socket so
it will fit over it neatly. Repeat this for measurement C.
Measurements B and D are a little different as they go to the outside edges so instead of adding 4mm, subtract 4mm. This means the cut out edge will stop 4mm before the edge of the socket, once again
creating a nice neat fit.