Mirror Repair?

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It is extremely difficult to repair a mirror that has broken. If only the frame is damaged, your job will be much simpler since you will only have to removed the broken frame and replace it with a new one. If the glass has been broken or damaged in some way, it may be impossible to fix, and you will be better off bringing it to glass maker to replace the entire mirror. Sometimes, when an antique mirror is damaged, your best bet is to have an expert do the repair work to prevent further damage to what could be a valuable piece.
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