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I want to distress the FRONT of a mirror


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


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.

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

Reema Andrabi
Hobbyist - Toledo, Ohio, USA
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