How To Repair A Scratched Mirror?

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A scratch on your mirror might make you think that your mirror is ruined but before you throw it out you should know that there might be a possible way to repair a scratched mirror. If your scratch is on the corner or edge of your mirror you can frame the mirror to hide the appearance of the scratch. If framing is not an option, you can use silicone to fill the scratch and then once the silicone is dry, you can level or sand it off.
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Glass, is made of many material including silica. These materials protect it from weather and other damage. Sometimes though, it can become scratched. There are some simple steps to take on how to repair a scratched mirror. Some of the steps are gently rubbing toothpaste over the scratch and polishing with a soft cloth, re-silver the scratches or use dry mustard and vinegar. You can find more information at www.doityourself.com
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