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From what I've gathered, most mirrors are layered in the following manner: a) glass b) a coat of silver c) a coat of copper paint d) a coat ...
Set up your work area and lay out your materials so that you have easy access to them. Dedicate one rag to wiping your gloves, this will get ...
Apply the paint stripper directly to the painted side of the mirror and spread it around with the paintbrush. Let it sit for 1 to 3 hours (overnight ...
Grab your steel wool and buff the remaining base coat of paint and the copper coat of paint until everything looks dull and silvery (like the mirror was ...
Grab your bleach and your toothbrush. Pour on some bleach (use sparingly and watch the splashes). Brush it around with the toothbrush. You should see parts of the ...
Wipe down the mirror. Inspect it. Repeat steps 3-5 as necessary until you have clear glass. For an added artistic effect, you can leave a pattern of copper ...
Once you have clear glass, use either glass cleaner or soap & water (the latter did the trick) to clean the glass. Wipe off your gloves and wash ...
Put everything you want to toss out into a plastic bag, or trash bag and call your town or county. They should be able to tell you how ...
I cleaned mine because I wanted to make a dry/erase board out of glass. To do this I took off the paint and silver and am now painting ...
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