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I want to distress the FRONT of a mirror


(2006)

Q. I have a decorative reproduction that is all glued on mirrors..How can I distress the mirror without removing the pieces?

Louise Cushman
Antiques - Falmouth, Maine, USA


(2006)

A. What are you going to use for the distressing step?
Right now, I doubt if you can do it.
You probably need to distress first and then do the "glue on" step.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida



Distressing a mirror which is fixed to the wall and can't be taken down

November 10, 2016

Q. Hi I want to give a distressed finish to a mirror which is mounted to a wall in my living room. I want to give it an aged look. I can't bring the mirror down. So need advise on how to get this finished look without bringing the mirror down. Thank you.

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As you can see I've already prepped the site.

Reema Andrabi
Hobbyist - Toledo, Ohio, USA
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