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Offline suman_s6@yahoo.com

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looking glass
« on: 03/12/2005 08:29:21 »
How can i remove polish from the back side of mirror?or how can i change the lookingg glass(mirror) into plain glass?
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Re: looking glass
« Reply #1 on: 03/12/2005 10:39:14 »
It depends how the mirror has been made. Some mirrors have the reflective surface electrolysed directly onto the glass. I think you'd probably need acid to remove it. If, however, your mirror is simply a sheet of glass fixed to a reflective surface then all you need do is remove the glass.
 

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Re: looking glass
« Reply #2 on: 10/12/2005 14:35:52 »
bog standard mirrors have has doctor beaver said a thin metal coating on the back but no acid is needed as a birthday present a few years ago i scrached a peom into the metal of a mirror so an ex could read it and i just used a plastic stylus from a craft shop harker than the metal but softer than the glass

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